BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:25 A.M.) – The Houthi forces unveiled a new domestically-made ballistic missile this past weekend, showcasing the projectile in front of a small audience in northern Yemen.

According to Press TV, the new missile is called the Badr P-1, which is a newer version of their domestically-made Badr-1.

The missile itself can sustain a speed of Mach 4.5 and can hit its intended target at a strength of Mach 5, the commander of the Yemeni Armed Forces announced.

The Badr P-1 was put to use this weekend when the Houthi forces (var. Ansarallah Movement) targeted the Saudi military inside the Jizan province.

The Houthi forces called this missile a “game changer,” adding that it will target the military and economic infrastructure of Saudi Arabia.

In the video below, Press TV showcases the footage that was released by the military media channel via Telegram on Saturday:

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May Hodeidah be the Stalingrad for the Godfather of Terrorism!