"Huge pink blotches cover Abdullah’s legs, arms, face and head. He’s been badly burned and is now undergoing painful skin grafts. We tell him Yemeni officials said the first house that was hit that day was a haven for militants. He says the man in the house was just an ordinary citizen. We ask if the government distributed fliers warning people to stay away from places known to house militants — as Yemeni officials claimed to have done a few days before the strike. Abdullah says he saw no such thing. We ask Abdullah how the attacks make him feel about the people responsible? “How would it make you feel?” he says."