GULF CONFLICT: IRAN SHOT DOWN U.S. GLOBAL HAWK. HOUTHIS STRUCK SAUDI POWER PLANT WITH CRUISE MISSILE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


GULF CONFLICT: IRAN SHOT DOWN U.S. GLOBAL HAWK. HOUTHIS STRUCK SAUDI POWER PLANT WITH CRUISE MISSILE

Late on June 19, Ansar Allah (also known as the Houthis) carried out a new one “cruise missile” strike on Saudi Arabia. The missile strike targeted a major power plant in the area of al-Shuqaiq in the Kingdom’s southern province of Jizan.

Brig. Gen. Yahya Sari, a spokesman for the part of the Yemeni Armed Forces loyal to the Ansar Allah government said that the strike was a response to the continued crimes of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen. He also promised “great surprises” for “the Saudi regime” if it continues its invasion of Yemen.

This was the second cruise missile strike on southern Saudi Arabia in a week. On June 12, a cruise missile hit Abha International Airport. Then, Ansar Allah stressed that the missile hit the control tower and put it out of service. According to this version of events, the strike was aimed at a military-related part of the infrastructure. The Saudi side reported dozens of civilian casualties saying that the missile hit the arrival hall.

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