Riyadh: At least 10 people were injured in a drone strike by Houthi rebels at Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz Airport.
According to Arab media, Houthi rebels once again tried to attack King Abdulaziz Airport in Jazan, Saudi Arabia, with an explosive-laden drone, to which the Saudi Air Force’s defense system responded immediately by dropping drones into the air. Just destroyed
According to Arab coalition forces, Houthi rebels tried to target the airport with drones, but were thwarted. However, the drones collided, injuring 10 people, including passengers at the airport, including six passengers and airport staff. Has been shifted to hospital.
A spokesman for the Arab Coalition Forces strongly condemned the Houthi rebel attack, saying that targeting civilians and airports was a war crime.
It should be noted that Houthi rebels have attacked Abha airport several times before. Earlier, a civilian plane caught fire as a result of the attack, while two days ago, the airport was also attacked. As a result, 4 people were injured.