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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The antimissiles were Patriot updated by Israel technology !!!
Oh vey… now Iran will have another reason to hate Israel?
the mullahs “hate” israel for theological reasons, based mainly on apocalyptic ideas. regime change in tehran could greatly improve israeli-iranian relations.