Yemeni Supreme Political Council has pledged a firm response to a Saudi airstrike that claimed scores of civilian lives during a funeral ceremony.
The body further urged Yemeni people to take to the streets of Sana'a to denounce the assult.
It further called on the Yemeni army and allied Popular Committees to cosider all possible measures that could be taken against Saudi war crimes in the Arabian Peninsula states.
“A response to the intruders’ crimes would soothe the soul of the Yemeni people,” the council said in a statement released on Sunday.
The body also urged the Yemeni people to hold a mass protest rally in the capital, Sana'a, on Sunday to show their anger against Saudi crimes.
Over 140 civilians lost their lives and more than 525 were injured on Saturday, as a result of a Saudi airstrikes which targeted a community hall in Sana'a, were people had gathered at a funeral ceremony.
The Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah, denounced the Saudi regime for its deadly airstrike, saying it serves American interests in the region.
Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech on Saturday that it was "expected from the Riyadh regime to conduct such attack" as it has committed several massacres in the region.
“We must condemn in the loudest voice this massacre committed today…I tell this [Yemeni] nation they will inevitably be victorious and their blood will win over the sword of the killer and terrorist,” he added.