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Iran Judiciary chief slams int'l silence on Saudi crimes in Yemen

Politics - Iran's Judiciary chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani on Monday criticized the silence of 'the so-called human rights organizations' to the crimes perpetrated by Saudi Arabia in Yemen.

Speaking during a meeting with senior judiciary officials, Ayatollah Larijani said that the international organizations confine themselves to issuing a mere statement.

They not only make no support of the people, but also extend their support umbrella over the heads of the oppressors, the official said.

Referring to three years of occupation and bombardment of the Yemeni people by the Saudi forces, Ayatollah Larijani said that the massacre of the oppressed people of Yemen is an open example of war crimes.

Noting that some reports suggest that 100 children are dying everyday in Yemen due to lack of food and medicine, the judiciary chief said that what's going on in the tiny Arab country is a human crisis and crime against humanity.


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