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It was on October 20, 2017, when the British newspaper ” The Guardian” get outraged over Facebook posts by Sana’a Youth Minister Hassan Zaid who called for closing schools and those young schoolboys should go to battle fronts to defeat the Saudi aggression that is striking their schools on daily bases.
However, the newspaper won’t publish pictures of this war crime for the Saudi airstrike which targeted today a school in Saadah city, burning all schoolboys’ store books amid horrific blockade on everything to enter Yemen among them papers to be used to print books.
The school ” Hamaza Ibn Abi Taleb ” was targetted, located in A Hamazat area, resulted in burning and damaging thousands of books.
Political analysts warned that the newspaper got angry at the minister remarks so that children remain in schools to be killed in cold blood.
The newspaper had posted a mocked posts against the minister, as it wrote: “Social media users responded angrily to the minister’s post. “What if we let the students study and sent the ministers and their bodyguards to the front?” one wrote. “That would give us victory and a prosperous future.””
Today will the newspaper dare to publish this crime of targeting school and release the following pictures of the schoolboys near it.