Victims Toll of Saada Prison Massacre Reaches 91 Dead, 236 Wounded
The Minister of Public Health in Sana’a government, Dr. Taha Al-Mutawakel, announced on Tuesday that the death toll of the temporary prison massacre committed by Saudi-led coalition warplanes in Saada city reached 91 dead, and 236 wounded who are hospitalized for treatment.
Dr. Al-Mutawakel stated, in a press conference in Saada, that since the beginning of January and the recent wave of escalation, the Ministry of Health has recorded the killing of 150 citizens and the wounding of 350 others, who received treatment in hospitals.
For his part, Abdulmohsen Tawoos, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs, said that the targeted prison was visited by various organizations, affirming that targeting prisons are forbidden by the texts of international law.
the Governor of Saada province, Mohammed Jaber Awad, called for the formation of an international investigation committee and the trial of the killers and those who ordered this crime.