Yemeni Armed Forces target UAE, Saudi Arabia in response to massacre
Member of the Political Council of Ansar Allah Muhammad Al-Bakhiti advises foreign companies to leave UAE following coalition massacres against Yemeni people.
Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesperson Yahya Saree issued a statement regarding the details of the military operation carried out in the UAE and Saudi Arabia this morning.
In a press statement, Saree said "our missile and drone forces carried out the second Operation Yemen Hurricane in response to the escalation of aggression and its crimes, during which Al-Dhafra Air Base and other vital sites in Dubai were targeted with a large number of missiles."
The drones used during the operation are Samad-3, he revealed.
He added that the Yemeni armed forces have also attacked positions of the Saudi-led coalition in the Jizan and Asir provinces with several missiles and drones, most notable of which are the Samad-3 and Qasef-2K.
Al-Bakhiti : We will never target civilian positions in the UAE
On his part, the member of the Political Council of Ansar Allah Muhammad Al-Bakhiti told Al Mayadeen that the UAE acted only in accordance with US and Israeli interests, and it will pay a heavy price for that.
“We advise investors in the #UAE to leave as it is no longer a safe country”, he stressed.
Al-Bakhiti believed that the UAE "had the opportunity years ago to withdraw from its involvement in the aggression on Yemen; we were so patient with the UAE and froze targeting the depth of Emirates, but now it has returned to escalation."
“The UAE is no longer neutral and it did learn from previous lessons, acting according to its interests."
The top Yemeni figure tersely stated that "the aggression against Yemen is a US-Israeli one, while Saudi Arabia and the UAE are just tools and they will pay a heavy price."
Moreover, Al-Bakhiti stressed that the armed forces "we will never target civilian positions in the UAE because we view the people there as our brothers."
He made it clear that the current escalation was not prompted by Yemen and the resistance axis, but by the US and its regional allies.
“The US axis in the region will be the biggest loser in any upcoming confrontation”, he concluded.