Yemeni Armed Forces Reveals Detail of ‘Operation Hurricane Yemen 2’

Monday 24 January 2022 - 09:27

ISWNews Analysis Group: Yemeni Armed Forces spokesman Brigadier General Yahya al-Sari’ explained the details of Operation Hurricane Yemen 2 on the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

Explaining the details of the operation, which took place last night and at dawn today, January 24, the Brigadier General said:

“This operation was carried out in response to the escalation of the aggression of the ‘USA-Saudi-Emirati coalition’ and their crimes against our nation.

Operation Hurricane Yemen 2 targeted the depths of the UAE and Saudi Arabia. In this operation, Al Dhafra Air Base and other important targets in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE were targeted with a large number of Zulfiqar missiles. Vital and important positions in Dubai were also attacked by Samad 3 drones.

The Sharora area (in southern Saudi Arabia) was attacked with a large number of Samad 1 and Qasef 2K drones and vital and sensitive positions in Jizan and Asir with a large number of ballistic missiles, which hit with great accuracy.

The Armed Forces emphasizes its full readiness to expand its operations to the next level and to counter the escalation of enemy attacks.
We advise foreign companies and investors in the UAE to leave the small country of the UAE; Because this country has become an insecure country. The UAE will continue to be attacked as long as it continues to aggress and besiege the Yemeni people.”

The January 24th attack was Ansar Allah second missile and drone operation against the United Arab Emirates in recent days. During Operation Hurricane Yemen 1 on January 17, Ansar Allah targeted UAE’s Abu Dhabi which resulted in a massive fire in the Musaffah area, killing and injuring nine people.

Read more:
Ansar Allah missile attack on UAE + Video
Ansar Allah missile and drone attack on Saudi Arabia + Video
Ansar Allah Drone Attack on Abu Dhabi

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