Friday, October 15, 2021

Iranian-backed Houthis attack Saudi Arabia with drones again

In what has become a weekly occurrence in recent months, the Iranian-backed Houthis in Yemen attacked Saudi Arabia with kamikaze drones on Monday night. The Houthis told Iranian media about the attack; a form of bragging, designed to showcase their abilities to their Tehran-based IRGC handlers. 

According to the Tasnim News Agency, Yahya Sari, the spokesman for the Houthi “Yemeni Armed Forces,” announced the drone operation for military purposes at Abuha Airport and King Khalid Air Base in Khamis Mushait.

“He announced that the operation was carried out with three Kasef K2 UAVs and the operation was very accurate,” the report notes. “This operation was carried out in order to legitimately defend the crimes of the aggressors and to continue the siege of our country,” the Houthis said.

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In what has become a weekly occurrence in recent months, the Iranian-backed Houthis in Yemen attacked Saudi Arabia with kamikaze drones on Monday night. The Houthis told Iranian media about the attack; a form of bragging, designed to showcase their abilities to their Tehran-based IRGC handlers.  According to the Tasnim News Agency, Yahya Sari, the spokesman for the Houthi “Yemeni Armed Forces,” announced the drone operation for military purposes at Abuha Airport and King Khalid Air Base in Khamis Mushait. “He announced that the operation was carried out with three Kasef K2 UAVs and the operation was very accurate,” the report notes. “This operation was carried out in order to legitimately defend the crimes of the aggressors and to continue the siege of our country,” the Houthis said. announced the drone operation for military purposes at Abuha Airport and King Khalid Air Base in Khamis Mushait. “He announced that the operation was carried out with three Kasef K2 UAVs and the operation was very accurate,” the report notes. “This operation was carried out in order to legitimately defend the crimes of the aggressors and to continue the siege of our country,” the Houthis said.

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