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#Yemen celebrated six years after the attacks of revenge against Saudi Aramco Oil Facilities and airbase

Yemen, Sanaa (ANN)-The Yemeni army today attacked the Aramco oil fields in Saudi Arabia as well as the air base and called the attacks retaliatory.

The series of attacks, which included retaliatory missiles and drone strikes against Saudi Arabia, targeted Saudi-owned Aramco oil facilities in the southern provinces as well as King Abdulaziz Air Station. in the Eastern Province.

The bombings came less than a week after the Riyadh government called for a ceasefire and an end to the war in Yemen, but the Houthi group has not heeded the Saudi call, as the two sides have already reached agreements to end the war, Although the parties have not fully implemented it since the 2018 Stockholm Conference.

Spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, said in a statement released on Friday morning that 12 domestically-manufactured Sammad-3 (Invincible-3) combat drones in addition to eight ballistic missiles of Zulfiqar, Badr and Saeer types struck targets in the Saudi cities of Ras Tanura, Rabigh, Yanbu as well as Jizan, home to key Saudi Aramco oil installations, as part of large-scale Operation National Day of Resilience.

Thousands Gather in Sanaa Town on Friday, March 27, 2021, followers retaliatory attacks in Saudi Arabia in commemoration of the Saudi-led invasion of Yemen, Araweelo News Network

He said that King Abdulaziz Air Base, also known as Dhahran Air Base, in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province capital city of Dammam was also targeted in the drone and missile strikes.

The Yemeni forces also launched six Qasef-2K (Striker-2K) armed drones against military sites in Saudi Arabia’s Najran, situated 844 kilometers (524 miles) south of the capital Riyadh, and Asir regions.

Saree said the drone and missile attacks struck their designated targets with great precision.

He warned Saudi Arabia and its allies of the dire consequences of their ongoing war and blockade against the Yemeni nation.

He said the Yemeni armed forces and allies are fully prepared to carry out harsher and more severe military operations against targets in the depth of aggressor countries.

Saudi Arabia’s defense ministry said it plans to take deterrent actions to protect oil export facilities following the attacks, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

A Saudi opposition activist who uses the Twitter handle “Mujtahidd” to expose corruption, inner state of affairs, and under the table workings of politics within the Saudi royal family, wrote in a post that Saudi missile defense systems in Najran and Jizan failed to intercept Yemeni drones and repel their attacks.


In the capital Sanaa Hours after Yemeni forces launched one of the largest retaliatory attacks on a Saudi-led coalition, thousands of Yemenis took to the streets of Sana’a to mark National Resistance Day.

Yemeni says that in the seventh against Saudi Arabia will be different as Yemeni forces have increased attacks with a vengeance in the center of Saudi Arabia, by pushing the kingdom to stop the war years many ways to move the political solution looga protect large of Aramco oil in Yemen, attacks.

Seventh anniversary

Thousands of happy Yemenis, who do not show signs of COVID-19 resistance, have gathered to mark the seventh anniversary of the Saudi war and its siege of the country.

They say their army is now capable of forcing the kingdom to end its deadly war unconditionally, as it has weakened the Saudi economy and caused significant damage to oil wells and key facilities.

Saudi Arabia, backed by the United States and its regional allies, waged a bloody war in Yemen in March 2015, seeking to restore the government of former Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and dismantle the insurgency led by a rebel group. The Houthis of Ansarullah occupied most of the country at that time.

Six years of fighting in Yemen have pushed the country’s population into poverty, famine and starvation, killing hundreds of people, mostly children and the elderly, and creating health problems, with Saudi and allied airstrikes destroying the area, Health, Services in Education, Crafts and Historic Places.

Thousands have fled Yemen since March 2015, and Saudi Arabia and its allies have created a humanitarian crisis in Yemen.


The United Nations says more than 24 million Yemenis are in need of humanitarian assistance, including 10 million suffering from extreme hunger.

The United Nations and other aid agencies also point to the situation in Yemen as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, but have failed to find a solution to end the protracted conflict. and to control the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.

By Arraale M Jaama Freelance Journalist and Human Rights activist.