“Sanaa will remain, even if we are killed.”

Entesaf Organization for Women and Children’s Rights documented in a human rights report entitled “Sana’a will remain, even if we kill” the crime of bombing by aggression coalition aircraft on citizens’ homes in the Al-Qasimi neighborhood area in the Old Sana’a District of the Municipality of the Capital, which claimed the lives of civilians, including women and children, on June 12, 2015.


The report spoke about the details of the crime and witness statements. It also spoke about the legal framework of the crime in accordance with international laws and conventions.

The report was based on the organization’s statistics regarding the details of the crime and the number of victims. It also relied on interviews conducted with witnesses, and reference was made to international texts of law, treaties and agreements from In order to clarify the legal framework for the crime committed against women and children in the Al-Qasimi neighborhood.




جريمة حي القاسمي

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