We stand with our allies in Saudi Arabia and consider punishing Al-Houthi after being targeted

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The White House said that al-Houthi sought to prolong the war in Yemen by attacking the kingdom


Today, Wednesday, the US State Department confirmed its stand with Saudi Arabia, hours after the Houthi attack, targeting Abha International Airport with a “booby trapped”, according to Al-Arabiya Net.

In detail, the US State Department said in statements to Al-Arabiya: “We will stand with our allies in Saudi Arabia. And we have options to deal with the Houthis, including sanctions.”

“The Houthis are responsible for the attacks targeting Saudi Arabia with the support of Iran,” she added. She added, “We will continue to pressure the Houthis and Tehran, which provides them with support, and we will discuss new mechanisms to deal with them.”

The White House condemned the Houthi attack on Abha International Airport; The White House spokesman said, “The Houthis want to prolong the war in Yemen by trying to target Saudi Arabia.”

The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced today, Wednesday, a terrorist attack, carried out by the Houthi militia targeting Abha airport, confirming that a fire affected a civilian plane as a result of targeting Iranian-backed militias. He explained that the bombed plane that tried to target Abha airport was a copy of the Iranian drone “Ababil T”.

He stressed that the Houthi militias will be held accountable in accordance with international law, adding that trying to target Abha airport, and threatening civilian travelers, is a war crime.

On Monday evening, the US administration condemned the Houthi attacks and their abhorrent behavior against civilians.

“We are committed to supporting Saudi Arabia and defending its territory against Houthi attacks,” State Department spokesman Ned Price said.

It is reported that the Houthi militia has always used explosive and reconnaissance drones, which the United Nations Committee of Experts said earlier were assembled from components from external sources, and were shipped to Yemen, and they are almost identical in design, dimensions and capabilities with Iranian-made drones.

America: We stand with our allies in Saudi Arabia and consider punishing Al-Houthi after the targeting of Abha airport

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Today, Wednesday, the US State Department confirmed its stand with Saudi Arabia, hours after the Houthi attack, targeting Abha International Airport with a “booby trapped”, according to Al-Arabiya Net.

In detail, the US State Department said in statements to Al-Arabiya: “We will stand with our allies in Saudi Arabia. We have options to deal with the Houthis, including sanctions.”

“The Houthis are responsible for the attacks targeting Saudi Arabia with the support of Iran,” she added. She added, “We will continue to pressure the Houthis and Tehran, which provides them with support, and we will discuss new mechanisms to deal with them.”

The White House condemned the Houthi attack on Abha International Airport; The White House spokesman said, “The Houthis want to prolong the war in Yemen by trying to target Saudi Arabia.”

The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced today, Wednesday, a terrorist attack, carried out by the Houthi militia targeting Abha airport, confirming that a fire affected a civilian plane as a result of targeting Iranian-backed militias. He explained that the bombed plane that tried to target Abha airport was a copy of the Iranian drone “Ababil T”.

He stressed that the Houthi militias will be held accountable in accordance with international law, adding that trying to target Abha airport, and threatening civilian travelers, is a war crime.

On Monday evening, the US administration condemned the Houthi attacks and their abhorrent behavior against civilians.

“We are committed to supporting Saudi Arabia and defending its territory against Houthi attacks,” said US State Department spokesman Ned Price.

It is reported that the Houthi militia has long used explosive and reconnaissance drones, which the United Nations Committee of Experts said earlier were assembled from components from external sources, and were shipped to Yemen, and they are almost identical in design, dimensions and capabilities with Iranian-made drones.

February 10, 2021 – Jumada Al-Akhir 28, 1442

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The White House said that al-Houthi sought to prolong the war in Yemen by attacking the kingdom

Today, Wednesday, the US State Department confirmed its stand with Saudi Arabia, hours after the Houthi attack, targeting Abha International Airport with a “booby trapped”, according to Al-Arabiya Net.

In detail, the US State Department said in statements to Al-Arabiya: “We will stand with our allies in Saudi Arabia. And we have options to deal with the Houthis, including sanctions.”

“The Houthis are responsible for the attacks targeting Saudi Arabia with the support of Iran,” she added. She added, “We will continue to pressure the Houthis and Tehran, which provides them with support, and we will discuss new mechanisms to deal with them.”

The White House condemned the Houthi attack on Abha International Airport; The White House spokesman said, “The Houthis want to prolong the war in Yemen by trying to target Saudi Arabia.”

The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced today, Wednesday, a terrorist attack, carried out by the Houthi militia targeting Abha airport, confirming that a fire affected a civilian plane as a result of targeting Iranian-backed militias. He explained that the bombed plane that tried to target Abha airport was a copy of the Iranian drone “Ababil T”.

He stressed that the Houthi militias will be held accountable in accordance with international law, adding that trying to target Abha airport, and threatening civilian travelers, is a war crime.

On Monday evening, the US administration condemned the Houthi attacks and their abhorrent behavior against civilians.

“We are committed to supporting Saudi Arabia and defending its territory against Houthi attacks,” said US State Department spokesman Ned Price.

It is reported that the Houthi militia has always used explosive and reconnaissance drones, which the United Nations Committee of Experts said earlier were assembled from components from external sources, and were shipped to Yemen, and they are almost identical in design, dimensions and capabilities with Iranian-made drones.





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