Yemeni Communities in Great Britain, Canada Condemns Murder of Al-Sanabani
The Yemeni Canadian Community on Monday condemned the killing of Abdul-Malik al-Sanabani by criminal gangs affiliated with the Saudi-Emirati-US coalition countries in Tor al-Baha district of Lahj province, southern Yemen.
In a statement, the community called on all activists, human rights defenders and media professionals to condemn this extraneous crime against Yemeni people, calling for the lifting of the siege on Sana’a International Airport and Yemeni ports.
Abdulmalik Al-Sanabani, 30 years old, from Dhamar province, north Yemen, living in the US and had to arrive to Aden since Saudi coalition is blockading Sana’a Int. Airport.
Also, the Yemeni community in Great Britain has condemned the killing of the Yemeni expatriate Abdul-Malik al-Sanabani in the Tor al-Baha district of Lahj province by the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) militias, while he was returning home from the US.
In a statement, the Yemeni community furthermore called for a large-scale demonstration on October 2nd to demand the lifting of the siege of Sana’a International Airport and condemn the crimes committed by Saudi-led coalition factions in Yemen.
Al-Sanabani was killed at Tor Al-Baha point in Lahj province on Wednesday after he had been arrested by armed people at a checkpoint belonging to the so-called 9th Strike Force Brigade of the Transitional Council.
He was killed on his trip back from the United States of America via Aden airport, where he was subjected to arbitrary detention, torture and confiscation of his money before being killed.