"What's happening in Taiz is a real massacre against unarmed civilians at their houses and there is no guarantee that anyone is safe," tweeted @TahaAbdoh from Taiz. So far, at least 13 people, including women and kids have been killed after Saleh's troops savagely attacked pro-democracy protesters and civilians at their houses. Also, dozens of others were wounded, including civilians." Read more here.
Tomorrow, the city will hold a commemoration demonstration to mark the day and continue the call to take criminals responsible of those crimes accountable of their crimes against humanity.
The following is a graphic footage from one of Taiz's mosques where women were targeted while holding a protest. It was one of the first bloody crackdown committed on that day and hence the day was named after this unfortunate event.