Two missiles fired by Houthi rebels intercepted by Saudis

The Iranian-backed Yemeni Houthi rebels are said to have fired 2 Badr-1 missiles at the Aramco port in Jezan in southwestern Saudi Arabia on Monday. Saudi state media reported that the country’s forces had downed the missiles. There were no immediate reports about damage or casualties. The Houthis have launched dozens of rockets at Saudi Arabia in recent months targeting a number of locations, including Riyadh’s international airport.

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4 thoughts on “Two missiles fired by Houthi rebels intercepted by Saudis

  • Apr 23, 2018 @ 18:28 at 18:28
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    lol its just amazing how the Saudis are battling to take yemen, one wonders how they will fare against iran…

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    • Apr 23, 2018 @ 19:06 at 19:06
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      LOL they need help from Israel much to the dismay of the Paleys.
      or maybe the Paleys will volunteer

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    • Apr 24, 2018 @ 0:01 at 0:01
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      Lmao the scaredy hooties wouldn’t dare attack Israel…they know the game would be up lol

      Lulz MIGHTY Iran 😂😂😂
      Israel rekts them in Syria and they can hardly muster the courage to send a shitty drone or finally acknowledge to the media their officers are getting merked

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