Saudi Arabia intercepts 2 bomb-laden drones from Iran-backed Houthi terrorists
Saudi forces have intercepted two bomb-laden drones, one of which targeted the southern city of Abha, that has repeatedly come under attack by Iranian-backed Houthi terrorists over the past week.
One of the drones targeted a civilian area in Abha and the second was shot down over Yemeni air space after it was launched towards the kingdom, the coalition fighting the Huthi terrorists said in a statement released by the official Saudi Press Agency.
The coalition reported no casualties from the attacks late Monday.
Yesterday, two Iranian ‘experts’ were killed in a failed Houthi missile launching in Yemen. The jihadi workplace accident happened when the terror group attempted to launch a rocket towards the Abha airport in Saudi Arabia.
The Houthi terrorists have launched several strikes targeting Abha airport since Wednesday when a missile attack against the airport wounded 26 people, including children.
Last month, two oil pumping stations have been attacked by Houthi drones in Saudi Arabia, a day after two Saudi oil tankers were attacked near United Arab Emirates territorial waters.