Houthi forces in Yemen have just continued to attack Saudi Arabia’s target after declaring revenge for the Iranian general killed by the US air strikes.
The latest attack took place on January 7 when Houthi’s air defense crew launched a successful interception missile of a heavy Saudi UAV attack aircraft (UCAV) in the skies of al- Jawf of Yemen.
To prove his claim, Houthi also released photos and videos recording the entire shooting process of the UCAV.
|The drone was hit.|
The exact attack is an attempt to increase the force’s interception capability in response to Saudi surges with drones in Yemen from late 2019 to the present.
Houthi’s representative in Iran, Ibrahim Al-Daylami declared, this is the next feat that the force set up to avenge the death of Iranian general due to US air strikes.
The previous attack was carried out by three heavy surface-to-air missiles aimed at Saudi Arabia’s Asir province. The specific target for these missiles is a military base within the Majazat Al-Sharqiyah area of Asir province.
The extent of the damage was unknown, but local military sources said they had heard loud explosions, accompanied by smoke and fire rising from Majazat Al-Sharqiyah.
Not stopping there, Houthi’s representative also affirmed that similar attacks will not stop to support Iran in the confrontation with the US and its allies in the region.
Yemen is known to have been in turmoil since Houthi forces and forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh occupy many of the country’s territories, including the capital, Sanaa.
In March 2015, the Saudi coalition led by Saudi Arabia conducted a military intervention to support the internationally recognized government of Yemeni President Mansour Hadi.
According to a UN report, the war and conflict lasted in Yemen has killed more than 7,000 people, nearly 37,000 injured and more than 3 million people have fled their homes to flee, while goods million people are in need of food aid, another 21 million need emergency medical assistance.
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