Riyadh airport air defense intercepts Iranian-made missile fired by Yemeni rebels

An Iranian-made missile fired by Yemeni Houthis was aimed Saturday night at the King Khaled International Airport of Riyadh. It was intercepted by an air defense battery. DEBKAfile reports: the missile was a Burkan 2H which has a range of 1,000km. It was supplied to the Yemen rebels by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, and it was launched from the northern Yemen town of Saadah.

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4 thoughts on “Riyadh airport air defense intercepts Iranian-made missile fired by Yemeni rebels

  • Nov 5, 2017 @ 2:01 at 2:01
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    The antimissiles were Patriot updated by Israel technology !!!

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  • Nov 5, 2017 @ 5:35 at 5:35
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    Oh vey… now Iran will have another reason to hate Israel🤣

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    • Nov 5, 2017 @ 15:01 at 15:01
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      the mullahs “hate” israel for theological reasons, based mainly on apocalyptic ideas. regime change in tehran could greatly improve israeli-iranian relations.

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