RNA - According to Tasnim dispatches, the activists from CODE PINK, a peace and social justice movement working to end US-funded wars, condemned the killing of civilians by Saudi Arabia in Sana’a, and expressed solidarity with the Yemeni people.
Earlier this month, warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition targeted a crowded funeral ceremony in Sana’a and killed at least 100 people.
At least nine airstrikes were conducted by Saudi jets on Khamis street in southern Sana’a. The building where the event was underway was seriously damaged and over 600 people were injured in the attacks.
The activists also called on American lawmakers to stop spending their tax dollars on supporting the Saudi kingdom.