Ansar Allah for "information": We plan to carry out new strikes for oil facilities and military sites inside Saudi Arabia
16:52 - 14/05/2019
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The representative of the Movement Ansar Allah in Yemen ,
Mohammed al-Qabli, Tuesday, that his movement will carry out new missile strikes in the coming hours targeting a number of vital installations inside the Saudi depth, while the movement of Ansar Allah has expanded the circle of missile targeting towards Saudi Arabia.
"The attacks carried out by the Ansar Allah movement inside Saudi Arabia are the start of expected attacks against a large number of vital Saudi installations," al-Qabali said in a statement. "The operation that was carried out comes in the context of self-defense as Yemen
Under siege and air and sea bombing continued for years by Saudi Arabia and its allies. "
He added that "the coming hours will witness rocket attacks focused for the movement of Ansar Allah inside the Saudi depth towards a number of oil and military sites," noting that "the movement has expanded the circle of missile targeting towards the Saudi regions."
Al-Qubali said that "the targeting of Saudi oil transport lines has achieved significant results, notably the rise in oil prices, as well as the paralysis of the Saudi oil sector by a large proportion of the cessation of production," adding that "the attacks will continue until the salvation of Yemen
from the siege and the war of genocide, "He said.
The march channel reported that the aircraft of a march of the "Ansar Allah" Yemeni, carried out on Tuesday, "a major military operation" against Saudi targets, and quoted the channel source said that "this large-scale military operation comes in response to the continued aggression and siege on our people, Adding that "Ansar Allah is ready to carry out more qualitative and cruel strikes in the event of continued aggression and unjust siege."
Saudi Arabia has been leading a coalition in Yemen
since March 2015 to support forces loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi. Yemen is
facing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, with 22 million people, or about 75 percent of the population, in need of humanitarian assistance and protection. End 25 T