Yemen’s Qaher-I missile hit Jizan airport, killing and wounding a large number of soldiers earlier today.
This was the third time in the past two days that Jizan airport came under the Yemeni forces’ ballistic missile attack and the sixth time that Saudi military positions are targeted in Southern Saudi Arabia.
The ballistic missile attack came 48 hours after Saudi Defense Minister and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman attempted to boost the morale of his soldiers by paying a visit to Jizan’s field hospital.
In a relevant development on Wednesday, the Yemeni forces hit Jizan airport in inflicting heavy losses and casualties on the Saudi forces.
“Saudi Defense Minister and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has visited the wounded Saudi soldiers in Jizan hospital to help boost their morale and he has also closely assessed the damages inflicted on the Saudi forces,” informed Yemeni sources told FNA.
On Tuesday, the Yemeni army and popular forces pounded Saudi Arabia’s military base and airport in the kingdom’s Southern provinces with ballistic missiles, killing tens of soldiers and injuring dozens more.
The Yemeni forces hit the Khamis Mushait military base in Asir province with two Qaher-I ballistic missiles.
Tens of Saudi soldiers and officers were killed in Yemen’s missile attack on Khamis Mushait military base.
Meantime, the Yemeni army and popular forces fired two Qaher-I ballistic missiles at Jizan Airport on Tuesday.
“Dozens of Saudi soldiers were killed and many more were wounded in the attacks,” witness reports said.
In a similar incident on Saturday, at least 104 Saudi-led forces, including 8 senior Saudi and UAE officers, were killed in Yemen’s ballistic missile attack on Ma’as military base in Ma’rib province in Central Yemen.
Also on Friday, a Commander of Yemen’s Ansarullah Movement confirmed the missile attack at the Ma’as military base in Ma’rib in Central Yemen.
In a relevant development on Wednesday, the Yemeni army and popular forces rained down a barrage of missiles at the Saudi forces’ military tower in Al-Dokhan region in Jizan province in Southern Saudi Arabia.
Al-Dokhan tower was reportedly destroyed in the Yemeni missile attacks in Jizan as eyewitnesses said that they had seen smoke rising from it.
The Yemeni army and popular forces regained control of Al-Khurma region in Asir province after they destroyed two arms depots and other military hardware of the Yemeni forces in the region.
Meantime, the Yemeni army’s artillery units pounded Malhama military base in Jizan province. The Saudi troops started fleeing their base as soon as they came under the missile attack.
Also on Tuesday, the Yemeni army and popular forces raided Saudi Arabia’s military bases and military positions in the Southern part of the kingdom and destroyed their military equipment and hardware.
Informed military sources in the Northern parts of Yemen confirmed that the Yemeni Army alongside the popular forces raided Saudi Arabia’s military bases and positions near the borders with Yemen, and destroyed 11 Saudi tanks and armored vehicles.