The Houthi forces announced this evening that they targeted another Saudi airport in the southern part of the Gulf kingdom. 

According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, their rocket battalion fired two ballistic missiles at the Jizan Municipal Airport, scoring a direct hit on the installation. 

As a result of this attack Saudi authorities allegedly closed the Jizan Airport halted all flights to and from the area. 

However, the Saudi authorities have yet to confirm these claims by the Houthi forces. 

The Houthi forces reportedly used their Badr-1 ballistic missile to attack this airport tonight.

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Droid
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2018-09-07 03:09

Good punishment for the Saudi invaders.

Daeshbags-Sux
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2018-09-09 18:51
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Except they’re as much invaders as Russians are in Syria since they came asked by the legitimate Yemeni government after Ansar-Allah (Houthis) did a coup in Sana’a thus starting the war with loyalists…
Any way, this SHTF in Yemen, as much as in Syria, Iraq, Somalia, etc etc, is cooked to divert attention of international community from the REAL backers of global terrorism until they can field nuclear weapons and blackmail the whole planet.
International community shall re-focus on these rats and bust them. Once neutralised, all this shït will cease!

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zman
2018-09-07 17:43

Waiting for the KSA to admit a successful attack would be like waiting for the US to admit they are ISIS.

FlorianGeyer
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FlorianGeyer
2018-09-10 01:24

The Saudi Royals are evil personified. Their forces murder indiscriminately at home and abroad with the support of the UK and US.

If anywhere was long overdue a Regime Change, it is Saudi Arabia. Closely followed by the USA.

Xyz
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2018-09-07 10:45

Good one. Keep it up Houthis.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2018-09-09 18:57
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Yeah : everything they send gets intercepted.
They can do all the propaganda they want, they lost half of the land and four 5th of the coastal areas they held 5 years ago and have to fight on 8 fronts.
If Saudis/Emiratis/Yemeni legitmate govt had more experience in warfare and were more imaginative and daring, the illegitimate Sana’a govt = shitlamists, would have been bled white for a while, any way, it’s coming slowly but surely.