Houthis are attacking King Khalid base, Arab coalition is responding

Ansar Allah Houthi group have announced again a large-scale offensive operation with a number of drones on King Khalid Air Base in Khamis Mushayt, while the Arab coalition said they were able to intercept and shoot down the drone.

"The air force carried out a major offensive on Tuesday on King Khalid air base in Khamis Mushayt with a number of 2K bombers," the spokesman said.

He explained that the operation targeted the military communications system and aircraft warplanes and the injury was accurate, adding that this targeting comes in response to "crimes of aggression and the ongoing siege and raids, which amounted during the past 12 hours to 40 air strikes."

For his part, the spokesman for the Arab coalition forces, Col. Turki al-Maliki, said, "Coalition forces managed to intercept and shoot down a drone (drone) fired by Houthi militias (Sanaa) towards civilian objects in Khamis Mushayt."

Houthi forces occasionally launch drone attacks targeting airports inside Saudi Arabia, especially in Jizan and Abha.

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