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Changes in the Situation of Yemen War/ Missiles Launched at Saudi Arabia

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On Monday morning (June 25th), Saudi media reported of tracking and intercepting several missiles over Riyadh. But on the other hand, the Yemeni Resistance forces announced that Burkan (Volcano) rockets hit Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Defense Information Center and several other key locations in the city.

The forces also emphasized that the missiles hit the targets in Rayadh with high precision.

Social activists in Saudi Arabia have also reported of hearing successive explosions in Riyadh. Following the missile strikes, a slowdown in flights was observed at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh.

However, all the evidence, indicates that at least two missiles launched by the Yemeni Resistance forces have hit the main target.

There is still no report of casualties and damage in this attack.

Earlier, Yemeni army spokesman Sharaf Luqman had emphasized that as long as the blockade and aggression continues, the positions and economic facilities of the aggressors would be targeted by Yemeni missiles.

Despite the siege of the country by the Saudi regime, the power of the Defense military and the Yemeni Popular Committee is increasing day by day.

Mohammad Abdul Salem, official spokesman of Yemen’s Ansarullah, hours after the Yemeni missile detention campaign, announced that as long as the Saudi alliance’s aggression against Yemen continues, the Yemeni missile capabilities will increase and can target unexpected goals.

He wrote in a Twitter post: As much as this aggression and war crime continues, our nation’s missile and ballistic capabilities will increase, and it can attack the areas where the enemy would not even imagine. It is a national effort on which all Yemenis inside and outside the country agree. Even the Yemenis who are present in the center of Riyadh believe that their country’s missiles are a source of pride and honor.

Earlier, the Foreign Ministry on its official website had warned all its nationals in the UAE, or those intending to travel to its cities, in particular Dubai and Abu Dhabi to stay updated about the nature of the threats against the UAE, most notably the possibility of firing ballistic missiles from Yemen.

Yemeni missile threats against the two Arab aggressive sovereigns, Saudi-UAE, has changed the situations in the Yemeni war, which has caused panic among the rulers of the two countries.

The fear has gone so far that Saudi Arabia’s air force has repeatedly bombarded various areas of Yemen over the past few hours.

The al-Masirah network has announced that Saudi coalition forces have bombed a residential neighborhood in the city of Imran, killing and wounding 24 civilians. News sources say eight of them were members of one family.

Saudi Arabia, with the support of the United States, the United Arab Emirates and several other countries, has engaged in military aggression against Yemen since March 2015 and laid siege on its land, sea and air.

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The warfare by Saudi Arabia and its allies in Yemen has so far killed more than 14,000 people, wounded tens of thousands and displaced millions of Yemenis.

The Saudi Arabia’s military aggression has hit the poorest Arab country facing a severe shortage of food and medicine.

The Saudi regime and its allies have so far failed to achieve their goals in this country because of the resistance of the Yemeni people.

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