The Saudi coalition publishes a video of a “brutal Houthi attack”...

The Saudi coalition publishes a video of a “brutal Houthi attack”...
The Saudi coalition publishes a video of a “brutal Houthi attack”...
On Sunday, Saudi Arabia announced that two people were injured when a ballistic missile fired by Houthi rebels in Yemen fell on Jizan in the south of the kingdom, about a week after an attack on the UAE capital Abu Dhabi, which killed three people.

And the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Sunday evening, quoting the military coalition, that there had been a “brutal Houthi attack with a ballistic missile that landed in the industrial area of ​​one of the theaters in Jazan” in the south of the Kingdom.

The agency quoted video clips showing cars and broken walls as a result of the fall of the missile, which left a hole in the ground.

The coalition reported that “two minor injuries were reported to residents of Bangladeshi and Sudanese nationalities in Uhud Al-Masariha Governorate” in the Jazan region.

The Saudi coalition also announced “the interception and destruction of two drones that took off from the Yemeni Al-Jawf Governorate” towards the Kingdom.

And on Monday, the Yemeni rebels claimed the attack that targeted Abu Dhabi, which left three people dead, stressing that “a number of important and sensitive Emirati sites and facilities were targeted.”

The rebels have repeatedly threatened to strike the UAE, a member of the military coalition, but this is the first confirmed Houthi attack targeting its territory, and it was carried out with missiles and drones, according to what the Houthis announced, and it hit oil tanks in an industrial area near “ADNOC”, the Abu Dhabi Oil Company.

On December 24, two people were killed and seven others were wounded in an attack by Houthi rebels that also targeted Jizan, the deadliest in Saudi Arabia in nearly three years.

As a consequence, Saudi Arabia launched an extensive military operation against the rebels, especially in Sana’a, targeting rebel sites, including the airport, which it suspects of using as a platform to launch booby-trapped drones towards the kingdom.

The confrontation between the coalition and the Yemeni rebels has escalated in recent weeks, as Saudi aircraft intensified their raids on Houthi-controlled lands, who in turn doubled their attacks with ballistic missiles and drones, targeting lands in the neighboring kingdom.

The escalation also included the kidnapping of a ship flying the UAE flag in the Red Sea by the rebels and the detention of its crew.

On Friday, at least 70 people were killed in a raid on a prison in Saada in northern Yemen, and the Houthis accused the Saudi-led military coalition of carrying out it, but the coalition denied this.

Saudi Arabia has led a military coalition since 2015 in support of the Yemeni government, which has been locked in a bloody conflict against the Iran-backed Houthi rebels since their takeover of Sanaa and other areas in 2014.

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