Journalist Abdullah Sabri lived in Al-Rabat neighborhood of the Capital, Sana’a, a densely populated residential neighborhood. The people of the neighborhood and the Capital, Sana’a, were horrified to hear the sound of a big explosion. The Saudi coalition aircraft bombed the house of the civilian and sincere scholar, Mr. Abdullah, killing his mother and two of his sons, and damaging the neighboring houses. Abdullah was seriously wounded, and was taken to the hospital. After he woke up, he was deeply grieved to hear from the people around that his mother and two sons had been killed. “They have horrified us; they have harmed us. Shame and disgrace to the murderers,” Abdullah said painfully. “The ugliness of the American-Saudi aggression coalition has reached media professionals and journalists as they have become within the list of Saudi-led coalition’s targeted objects,” he stated in front of dozens of journalists around. This is not the first time that the pen and press are targeted. Nevertheless, this will not break their will or prevent their pens from expressing freely the truth to which they have been devoted. Their blood and the souls of their children and women are cheap for the sake of Yemen.