About 46,262 Civilians Killed, Wounded due to War on Yemen
About 46,262 Yemeni civilians, including women and children, have been killed and wounded as a result of the air raids that the Saudi-Emirati coalition warplanes have waged on Yemen for seven years.
In the press conference held by the center on Wednesday, in the presence of the Minister of Human Rights Ali Al-Dailami, the head of the center, Ahmed Abu Hamra, explained the air strikes killed 17,734 citizens, including 4,017 children,2,434 women, and 11,283 men and injured 28,528 others, including 21,032 men, and 2,910 women and 4,586 children.
Hamra pointed out that the warplanes have destroyed 630,479 service and economic facilities and 12,613 infrastructures in its land and sea attacks of the coalition, according to the statistics documented by the Ain Al-Insania Center for Rights and Development.
The center explained that the damaged infrastructure was distributed among 15 airports, 16 ports, 340 stations and generators, 2,091 government facilities as well as, 6,743 roads and bridges, in addition to 609 networks and communication stations, and 2, 799 tanks and a water network.
The head of the center indicated that the number of damaged service facilities have reached 604,035, of which 590,096 homes, 182,000 university facilities, 1,612 mosques, 375 tourist facilities, 410 hospitals and health facilities, as well as 1,214 schools and educational centers, 139 sports facilities, and 253 archaeological sites and 60 media facilities, and 9,721 agricultural fields.
He confirmed that 26,444 economic establishments have been damaged, of which 11,901 commercial establishments, 9, 770 means of transportation, 999 food stores, 965 food trucks, 696 markets, 482 fishing boats, 433 poultry and livestock farms, 416 fuel stations, 404 factories, and 378 fuel tankers.
The center pointed out the consequences of this direct and systematic destruction of vital service and economic facilities have reflected its disastrous repercussions on the lives of all Yemenis and the national economy, as well as the land, sea and air siege.
Abu Hamra condemned the shameful silence of human rights and international organizations regarding the brutal massacres committed by the Saudi coalition through its tools in the Saudi region and the UAE, in a heinous crime against the humanity and the world’s law.
He called the free people and international community to stand with the oppression of the Yemeni people and work to stop the absurd war.