Saudi Arabia using African migrants to spread coronavirus Yemen

Saudi Arabia has engaged in a number of questionable practices that have Yemeni citizens fearing the Kingdom is intentionally trying to expedite the spread of COVID-19. In Wadi Al-Dhamd, a valley that straddles the border between Yemen and Saudi Arabia and connects directly to the Yemen’s district of Al-Raqaw, the Saudi regime has relocated hundreds of African refugees. Citizen cell phone video shows masses gathering in the area in a move Yemenis fear could be an attempt to spark a COVID-19 outbreak amongst the refugee population in order to spread it to local residents according to authorities in Sadaa. Al-Raqaw is dotted refugee camps inhabited by thousands of migrants from Ethiopia and Somalia who pay Yemeni smugglers to transport them to large cities.