YEMEN'S HOUTHIS SHOOT DOWN SAUDI JET WITH ADVANCED SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

YEMEN'S HOUTHIS SHOOT DOWN SAUDI JET WITH ADVANCED SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE

The Saudi News Agency quoted the Arab Coalition spokesperson Turki Al-Malki as saying on Saturday that one of their Tornado fighter jets was shot down over northern Yemen on Friday night.

“At 23:45 P.M. on Friday, February 14, 2020, a Tornado fighter plane of the Royal Saudi Air Force crashed while on a mission of close air support to units of the National Army,” Malki said.

Houthi forces announced on Friday evening that their air defense troops shot down the fighter jet over the Al-Jawf Governorate after it carried out airstrikes on several sites in northern Yemen.

“The air defenses shot down the coalition war plane with an advanced surface-to-air missile supported by modern technology. The sky of Yemen is not for a walk and the enemy must count a thousand time for that,” the Ansarallah-affiliated Yemeni Army (Houthi) spokesperson, Brigadier General Yahya Sare’a, said on Friday evening.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The question I would have to ask is, are these SAMS being produced domestically in Yemen by the rebels, and if not, who is selling them to the rebels?!?

And apparently, neither the US, nor Saudi governments have a clue, because if they did, these deliveries would have already been stopped, one way or another.

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