Pakistanis among martyrs of IDPs camp bombed by Saudi-led war coalition

Pakistani Muslims have embraced martyrdom due to an air strike by Saudi-led Wahhabis’ coalition killed dozens of Sunni and Shia Muslims at a camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in northwest Yemen on Monday, aid workers said.


The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) said 45 IDPs had been killed and 65 wounded at the Al-Mazrak camp in Hajja province.IOM spokesman Joel Millman told AFP that the organisation had 75 staff on hand assisting the victims.

Earlier, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said 15 dead bodies and 30 wounded were taken to a hospital where it operates near the Al-Mazrak camp. “It was an air strike,” said MSF’s Middle East programme manager Pablo Marco.

The Al-Mazrak camp has since 2009 been housing Yemenis but now foreigners too have to take shelter there due to Saudi-led war coalition or self-claimed Decisive Storm Operation. Marco said 500 new families had arrived at the camp over the past two days.

Pakistani regime is hiding the facts about Pakistani casualties in Yemen because Saudi-led war coalition is an ally of Zionist-allied U.S. and that wanted entire world to protect Israeli interests in Middle East and North Africa.

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