Houthis name missiles, drones fired at Abu Dhabi

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2022-01-19 | Since 4 Month

Sana'a (Debriefer) The Iranian-backed Houthi group on Tuesday uncovered the types of missiles and drones used in targeting Abu Dhabi on Monday.
Four winged Quds2 missiles were fired at the Mussafah-based oil refinery and Abu Dhabi airport, Houthi military spokesman said.
Dubai airport was targeted with a ThulFaqar ballistic missile, Yahiya Sarie added in a statement.
Sammad3 unmanned aerial vehicles were used to hit a number of critical targets, in addition to the above mentioned targets, the Houthi officer said without mentioning the exact number of the drones.
Quds2 is a 1500-2000km-range winged missile, which the Houthi group introduced in November 2020 and fired at Aramco station in the Saudi western port city of Jeddah.
The ThulFaqar long-range missile was introduced in March 2021, after the group targeted the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
On Monday evening, the Houthi group claimed responsibility for attack on Dubai and Abu Dhabi airports and oil facilities in the United Arab Emirates.
Three oil trucks blew up near Abu Dhabi airport following the attack, leaving two Indians and one Pak killed and 6 others injured.


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