Houthi attacks again on Saudi Arabia’s borders

Colonel Turki al-Maliki, a spokesman for Saudi Arabia’s subordinate forces, said a plan to attack Saudi Arabia by Yemeni Houthi militias has been thwarted. The Houthi rebels tried to target the land with a mine-filled boat, but the Allied Forces naval unit thwarted the Houthi attack.

Colonel Turki al-Maliki further said that the Houthi rebels have made Yemen’s alienated commission the stronghold for operations against the Saudi state. From where drones, missiles, and remote-controlled boats attempt to target Saudi installations and ships. The operations are aimed at damaging global trade, Turkish Alamiki reported, adding that 153 naval mines destroyed by Houthi rebels have been deactivated while 46 remote-controlled boats have been destroyed.

It should be noted that a few days ago, the spokesman of the Arab Union, Colonel Turkey al-Maliki, said in a recent statement that coalition forces had detected a definite attack. This could pose a threat to regional security, The coalition may have been affected but the Arab coalition forces destroyed it after locating the boat in the Pacific Ocean.

According to Al-Arabiya Net News, the Saudi Arabian-led Arab coalition destroyed a Houthi militia boat at the Yemeni port of Hodeidah. Has also been traced and disabled. The Strait of Bab Almandb is located between Eritrea in Yemen, Djibouti and the Horn of Africa and is south of the Red Sea. This is an important waterway for international trade. Using force to attack while Arab unity will continue to take drastic action against this militia

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