By Ahmed Abdulkareem
AL-DALI, YEMEN — At least seven civilians, including women and a child, were killed in Yemen’s southern province of Dhali on Sunday when Saudi airstrikes hit two civilian cars as they were returning along a road in the al-‘Awd district after a shopping trip for the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. The region is 165 km north of the capital Sana`a, far from the confrontations between Yemeni tribes supported by the Houthis and mercenaries of the Saudi-led Coalition. Two travellers were also killed in another car driving on the same road.
Disabled Mahmod Ali Abduh al Maderi and his wife, Ali abduh al Marashi and his wife and daughter were all killed in the Saudi attack,” Mahmod’s nephew Ahmed told MintPress. “We gathered what remained of their scattered bodies beside the car and around. Some food, rice, pasta, noodles were mixed with the blood of the victims, glass and scrap.”
Ansar Allah condemned the attack. Mohammed Abdul Salam, the official spokesman of Houthis, decried “the criminal record of the Saudi-led aggression against Yemen under the cover of UN and international silence, which reveals the absent humanity.” Yemen’s Health Ministry said that the Saudi…