Al-Houthi group said it had fired a ballistic missile at Saudi forces on the Najran front, hours after it targeted a Saudi water facility with a cruise missile, and while the Houthis promised great surprises, the Saudi-Saudi alliance vowed a stern response.
In the latest developments in the Houthi attacks escalating, the military spokesman for the forces of pro-Houthi Yahya Sariyah that the ballistic missile, which was launched on Thursday targeted large concentrations of the Saudi army.
The Al-Maseera Al-Houthi channel reported that the injury was direct and that dozens of dead and wounded Saudi soldiers were killed, saying cars were seen moving the victims.
According to the spokesman himself, the missile attack is documented in the pictures that will be broadcast later, and it has caused great confusion among the Saudi forces.
The development comes hours after the Houthis announced that they had bombed yesterday the power station "brother" in Jazan, Saudi Arabia cruise missile.
The spokesman Houthi Yahya said that the rocket hit his target accurately, adding that this targeting came in response to what he called the crimes of aggression and the siege on the Yemeni people.
And a quick promise of big surprises targeting Saudi sites more sensitive if Saudi Arabia continues to escalate and aggression, as he put it.
Al-Shakib Electric Station in Jazan is one of the largest stations in Saudi Arabia. It started operating months ago and has cost more than 12 billion Saudi riyals ($ 3.2 billion), according to official Saudi data. The station feeds the regions of Jazan, Asir, Najran and Al Baha with electricity.
A spokesman for the Saudi-UAE forces in Yemen, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, the news of the target of the Saudi facility in the brotherhood.
Al-Maliki said that Muqtada Houthi fell near the water desalination plant in the brotherly and did not result in any human or material damage.
In Washington, the White House announced that US President Donald Trump was briefed on the details of a missile strike in Saudi Arabia after the al-Houthi group announced the targeting of a power station in Jazan.
"We are following the situation closely and continue to consult with our partners and allies," White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said.
|Houthis recently targeted Saudi Arabia's Abha airport with a cruise missile, resulting in injuries and material damage (Reuters)|
The alliance vows
He added that the Houthis' use of a cruise missile to hit civilian sites could amount to a war crime and prove their access to new quality weapons, and Riyadh accuses Tehran of supplying the Huthis with such weapons as cruise missiles and marines.
The Houthi Alliance has promised measures that it described as urgent, urgent and timely, ensuring the protection of civilian facilities and civilians, in accordance with international humanitarian law.
The Houthi group recently vowed to intensify its attacks on vital targets in Saudi Arabia in response to what it calls the aggression and siege.
In recent days, the Houthis have repeatedly targeted Saudi Arabia's Abha airport with cruise missiles and marines.
The missile hit the airport, injuring 26 people, according to the toll of casualties announced by the Saudi authorities, which confirmed in return that it had dropped Huthi aircraft many march was on its way to Abha airport and sites in the Khamis Mushait area.
In response to the attacks, the Saudi-Saudi Arabian Air Force bombed camps in Sana'a during the next three nights. The Houthis have repeatedly targeted targets in the Saudi depth by ballistic missiles and marching aircraft. Among those targets was an oil pumping station belonging to Aramco, west of Riyadh.