KSrelief transfers an injured Yemeni girl to the Kingdom for treatment
King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has transferred Yemeni
girl Alaa Osama Abdelfattah Mohammed from Taiz to Jeddah for treatment
after she was injured inside her home that left her left leg amputated
as a result of indiscriminate bombing by Iranian backed Al-Houthi
militias on populated areas.
Immediately after the child's arrival in Jeddah, a medical team from
King Salman Center received her and her parents and took them to Safwa
Hospital in Jeddah for the necessary tests and treatment.
The mother of the child said that Al-Houthi militias have not
stopped bombing houses in Taiz, which led to the injury of many innocent
people, including her daughter, stressing that the psychological damage
was greater and frustration overshadowed everyone.
The parents of the child thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy
Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Royal Highness Crown
Prince for their support for Yemen and its people and for the Center
that initiated the communication and moved to transfer their daughter to
the Kingdom for treatment.