This video says about itself:
UN condemns Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen
18 March 2016
The United Nations says air strikes by a Saudi-led coalition are causing “carnage” in Yemen. The UN human rights chief has said the Saudi-led alliance is responsible for the vast majority of civilian deaths in the conflict. He also expressed outrage at one of the deadliest air strikes so far, which took place on a market this week.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
The coalition led by Saudi Arabia in Yemen is responsible for twice as many civilian casualties as all other belligerents together. That said the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Jordanian Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, in Geneva.
Zeid expressed severe criticism of the raid by the coalition on a crowded market in northern Yemen, three days ago, in which 119 people died. Staffers of Zeid visited the bloody site and concluded that there were no military targets in the vicinity which might have legitimized an attack.
“Perhaps the members of the coalition have been guilty of international crimes,” said Zeid. He added that the coalition also never makes any effort afterwards to find out whether the attacks were reasonable.
“These terrible mistakes occur with unacceptable regularity,” said Zeid.
His Royal Highness Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein is a Jordanian royal family prince. The Jordanian monarchy are allies of the Saudi monarchy. Maybe if Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein would not have been a prince, then his criticism of Saudi warfare in Yemen might have been even sharper.
More than 80 percent of the Yemeni population is confronting a desperate humanitarian catastrophe as the US-backed Saudi war against Yemen, launched in March 2015 as “Operation Decisive Storm,” enters its second year: here.