Arab Coalition launches military operation against Houthis in Yemen
Supporting the legitimate government in Yemen, the Arab Coalition warned that they did not target civilians, whose militias they saw as the “red line”, by declaring that they had started a military operation against Iranian-backed Houthi militias in Yemen.
“Targeting civilian settlements is a red line and we will not allow it,” said Arab Coalition Spokesperson Colonel Turki al-Maliki at a press conference in Riyadh today.
The spokesman reported that all armed unmanned aerial vehicles (SIHAs) and missiles dispatched by terrorist militia were defused, reducing 118 ballistic missiles launched by militias so far.
Colonel al-Maliki stated that during the 45-day period of the coalition’s decision to cease, 4 thousand 276 violations of the Houthi militias were recorded.
Suggesting that the Iranian Revolutionary Guards used an organized crime to send 16 weapons to the Houthi militias, al-Maliki added that the SİHA, which was dropped in the Yemen airspace, was made in Iran.