Sana’a Officials’ Condemn Crime of ‘Looting and Killing’ of Al-Sanabani
The head of National Delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam has on Saturday commented on the crime committed by the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) militias against the Yemeni expatriate, Abdul-Malik Al-Sanabani in Tor al-Baha district of Lahj province, southern Yemen. He held Saudi-led coalition fully responsible for the crimes.
“Due to siege, coalition-backed forces in the “occupied areas” are blocking roads and committing crimes against travelers, the latest of which is the kidnapping and killing of Abdul-Malik Al-Sanbani” Mohammed Abdulsalam said in a tweet
He stressed that “such crimes are strongly condemned,” pointing out that “continuation of this risky situation for traveler with this excessive brutality negates any opportunity for dialogue before ending the siege and stopping the war.”
“The war against Yemen is a crime, the siege is a crime, and the continuation is another crime. US-Saudi “aggression” better quickly stop its crimes against Yemen otherwise it will cost those involved a lot,” Abdulsalam added.
For his part, Deputy Foreign Minister in Sana’a government, Hussein al-Ezzi has commented on the crime of banditry and killing committed by the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) militias against the Yemeni expatriate, Abdul-Malik Al-Sanabani in Tor al-Baha district of Lahj province, southern Yemen.
Al-Ezzi held US responsible for the killing of the young man, saying in a tweet “America killed him by blocking his arrival to a safe place. By closing Sana’a airport, the US is depriving 40 million Yemenis of safe travel. The international community killed him with shameful silence and abhorrent recognition of Hadi, Mohsen and their false legitimacy partners Al-Qaeda and ISIS.”
Al-Ezzi added, “this confirms the integrity and justice of our logic, and objectivity of our vision for peace, which requires opening airports and ports and ending the siege. We ask not to link the humanitarian issue to the aspects of the political or military conflict. Stopping the siege is a humanitarian necessity and a legal entitlement for the people. An atmosphere that supports the success of any negotiations.”