Residents of "Shalleila " and “Bani al-Haddad " A second displacement journey after their camp was bombed

Residents of "Shalleila " and “Bani al-Haddad " A second displacement journey after their camp was bombed


Residents of the villages of "Shalleila " and "Bani Al-Haddad " are in a second displacement journey after their camp was bombed Saturday morning by Houthi militants.

Witnesses said they saw the groups of displaced people seen leaving their camp after the shelling and more than 30 dead and wounded, most of them women and children, with artillery shells fired by Houthi militants on the camp.

The displaced people on Saturday morning ran a long foot journey that spanned several kilometers towards the Saudi border, with some women and children walking around and not receiving relief aid from any side.

The source told al-Masdar online that they were stopped several kilometers away from the Yemeni-Saudi border and displaced people feared that they would be bombed again by the Houthi militias.

The Houthi militia bombed a camp for internally displaced people in Haradh district, killing nine people and wounding more than 20, some of them seriously injured.

The source notes that the local authority's efforts towards the displaced are almost non-existent, as is the coalition, which is indifferent to the tragic situation of the displaced and their urgent humanitarian needs.


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