The 2012 Sana'a bombing was a suicide attack on 21 May 2012, adjacent to Army defense force dedicated for the annual Unity Day armed parade in Sana'a, Yemen. The service is carried out each year on 22 nd May as 1990 to blot the amalgamation of North Yemen and South Yemen as the Republic of Yemen. Among above 120 people were dead, the attack was the deadliest in Yemeni record. Dependability for the attack was argued by the Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula-associated Ansar al-Sharia.
The attack took place in AL Sabin Square, near Yemen's presidential palace, as armed forces were organizing themselves in a parade preparation for the awaiting Unity Day services. Depending on whether the Yemeni security officials, the bomber was scoundrel warriors take part in the drill wearing a belt of volatile. Untimely reports suggested a few dozen fatalities, but by the premature daylight the exact death levy was at 90, with by 222 wounded. Security officials confirmed that the attacker had ignited his unstable shortly before protection Minister Muhammad Nasir Ahmad Ali and the army chief-of-staff were expected to meet the throng.
The attack resulted in "horrific carnage", with one onlooker telling "arms and legs dotted on the ground .The wounded people were stack on top of each other, roofed with blood." One more fighter who had been there for the attack called it a "massacre", avowing "I have never seen such a horrific day in my life". Al-Arabiya described on 96 dead and over 300 injured in the blast. Later in the day the sufferer toll was raised yet again, this time to over 120 killed and nearly 350 injured some of them gravely.
A doctor at a Sana’s hospital portrays the city's medical facilities as beleaguered, and stated that the attack had left dozens ossified. Most of the fatalities emerged to be from the Central Security Organization a large paramilitary force control by Yahiya Saleh, a nephew of ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Within hours of the attack, Saleh was send away from his post by presidential ruling.