The Saudi-led coalition has destroyed 136 mosques in all districts of Sana'a province.
AhlulBayt News Agency - The Saudi-led coalition has destroyed 136 mosques in all districts of Sana'a province.
More than 49 mosques have been targeted directly and others damaged indirectly, said Ayman Abdulqader, director general of endowments and guidance office in Sana'a province.
Abdulqader explained that 19 mosques have been destroyed in Sanhan and Bani Bahlol districts, 13 mosques in Hamdan, five mosques in Belad al-Aros, three in each of Bani Matar and Nehm, four mosques in Khawlan and al-Haimah al-Dakhelia and one mosque in each of Jihana and Bani Hushaish.
He affirmed that over 80 per cent of the destroyed mosques are part of the heritage and religious history of Yemen, especially those have exceeded hundreds of years old, like the mosque and shrine of Imam al-Sana'ani.
The director general of Endowments office called on the humanitarian organizations and the international community to quickly intervene to stop the brutal Saudi aggression on all the elements of life in Yemen.