Six citizens killed, injured of Saudi occupation forces’ gunfire in Yemen's Al-Maharah

  Wednesday, 13 March 2019
source: abna

Six Yemeni civilians from Al-Mahrah province were killed and wounded shot by the Saudi occupation forces, and its mercenaries.
AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Six Yemeni civilians from Al-Mahrah province were killed and wounded shot by the Saudi occupation forces, and its mercenaries.
Local sources confirmed that the Saudi occupation forces and mercenaries launched an attack, on Monday, targeting members of the tribes of Harizi, Qumsit, Balhaf and Za’banout, killing two of them and wounding 4 others, near the border Shahin port with Oman.
The sources said that the clashes broke out after the tribesmen refused to allow trucks to pass, whose source is unknown, not inspected and were taken out by Saudi orders. Pointing out that Shahin security director led a local mediation, to resolve the dispute that broke out in the region, but the commander of the Saudi occupation militia in Al-Maharah, Rajih Bakrit, ordered his militia to thwart the mediation.
The sources pointed out that the US-Saudi warplanes flew Wednesday over the skies of Shahin area.
As a response of the aggression, the Maharah tribes vowed in a statement on Tuesday that they would not remain idle, but will defending themselves, their rights and interests.
The Maharah tribes also demanded the overthrow and departure of the pro- Saudi governor appointed by Hadi and the expulsion of the Saudi occupation forces and its mercenaries from Al-Maharah.


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