Saudi Arabia intercepts 2 drones launched by Iranian-backed Houthi terrorists
The Saudi-led Arab coalition intercepted two drones targeting Saudi Arabia that were launched by Iranian-backed Houthi terrorists in Yemen.
The first drone targeted the province of Jizan and the second was aimed at a residential area in Asir province, the coalition said in a statement released by the official Saudi Press Agency.
No casualties were reported.
The Houthi affiliated news channel, Al-Masirah, reported late Saturday that the Houthi terrorists targeted Saudi airports in Abha and Jizan with Qasef-2K drones.
The Houthi terrorists have stepped up drone and missile attacks on cities in neighboring Saudi Arabia in recent months, including two recent strikes on the Abha airport, as tensions have risen between Iran and Gulf Arab states allied with the United States.