Former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh called Friday for a ceasefire and the resumption of U.N.-brokered dialogue between warring parties.
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah lashed out at Saudi Arabia over its war on Yemen, stressing that the failure of Riyadh’s foreign policy is the real reason behind the Kingdom’s attack against its neighbor.
Those with consciences recently marked the 12th anniversary on 19 March 2015 of the illegal and war criminal US, UK and Australian invasion of Iraq in 2003 that was based on false assertions of Iraqi possession of Weapons of Mass Destruction, was conducted in the absence of UN sanction or Iraqi threat to the invading nations, and led to 2.7 million Iraqi deaths from violence (1.5 million) or from violently-imposed deprivation (1.2 million).
The international concerns rose over the safety of Yemen historical sites by the beginning of Saudi aggression against the country. Among these ancient monuments we can see the multi-storey buildings, which are known to be the first skyscrapers in the history, and close to thousand-year-old historical mosques.