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Yemenis in Tehran Gather to Protest Saudi Aggression Against Their Homeland

Yemenis called on countries participating in the Saudi coalition against Yemen to stop the war.

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Yemenis protest in front of the United Nations office, calling on countries to stop the war.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Yemeni nationals living in the Iranian capital, Tehran, held a protest rally in front of the United Nation office in Tehran yesterday.

Protesters condemned the silence of the international community regarding Al-Saud regime's brutal aggression against the innocent people of Yemen, and called for breaking the unjustly silence.

The gathering has been held at the invitation of the Foreign Policy Committee, one of Yemen's popular and revolutionary committees against Saudi aggression in Yemen.

At the same time, similar anti-Saudi rallies were also held in several countries such as England and Germany to censure the Saudi attacks.

At this protest rally, Dr Abdal-Rahman Rajeh, the head of the Strategic Research Center of Tagharob condemned the silence of the international community and unveiled the reasons behind international's association with Al-Saud regime.

Yemeni students' representative in Iran also called on countries participating in the Saudi coalition against Yemen to stop the war.

Protesters delivered a letter of protest as well as documents and photos showing House of Saud's crimes against the oppressed people of Yemen to the United Nations Office.


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