Saudi Arabia’s National Guards Base Ruined in Yemen’s Ballistic Missile Attack
The Yemeni army’s ballistic missiles hit Saudi Arabia’s National Guards Base in the city of Najran in the Southern part of the kingdom.
The Qaher-I missile strike incurred heavy losses on the Saudi troops in Najran province.
Qaher-I is an updated version of a Russian-made surface-to-surface missile.
The ballistic missiles that have recently come into service in Yemen’s army have claimed a heavy toll from the Saudi side of the war. Only in the last one week, around 550 Saudi-led troops have been killed by these ballistic missiles.
Military sources announced on Tuesday that the Yemeni army and the popular forces pounded targets in Al-Khuba region in Saudi Arabia’s Southern Jizan province with hundreds of home-made missiles and rockets.
“The Yemeni forces have attacked Al-Khuba region with Over 700 rockets and missiles,” the Arabic-language media outlets quoted an unnamed military source as saying.
On Wednesday, the Yemeni army and popular forces targeted a strategic military base in Saudi Arabia’s Asir province with another Qaher-I ballistic missile on Wednesday.
The missile precisely hit its target in Al-Faisal military base in Khamis Mushait region of Asir province.
On Thursday, the Yemeni army and popular forces launched a fresh round of attacks on the Saudi forces’ positions in the Southwestern province of Lahij.
Brigadier General Sharaf Qaleb Luqman, the spokesman of the Yemeni armed forces, made the announcement in an interview with Yemen’s official news agency, adding that the Yemeni army and popular forces’ Tochka missiles hit a gathering of the Saudi forces at al-Anad military base in Lahij province.