Yemen's hate rebels hit a power plant in the southern province of Jizan in Saudi Arabia with winged missiles that Al Massira's television channel reported . The Emirates-led military coalition has confirmed that Hati's forces fired a shell into a desalination plant in Al Shukai, but said no one was injured and no damage to the facility. 19659004] It was not possible to confirm on its own whether a power plant or desalination plant was affected
In a statement by Saudi Press Agency coalition representatives said Saudi security forces are working to determine the type of projectile that was fired White House officials have said that US President Donald Trump has been informed of a reported hit on the "critical infrastructure" of the kingdom without giving details of possible damage or sacrifice [1
A Pentagon spokesman, commander of the navy, Rebecca Rebaric, said such attacks were "a major cause of concern and [put] innocent lives at risk."
The Huts have intensified the attacks of missiles and unmanned airplanes in Saudi Arabia in recent weeks amid growing tensions in the Middle East fueled by bitterness between Iran and the United States, an ally of several Arabs Gulf states, including Saudi Arabia.
Last week a rocket attack on the southern Abha airport in Saudi Arabia was committed by the wounded group of 26 civilian rebels. Several other recent unmanned aircraft and rocket attacks targeting other southern regions of the kingdom, including Khamis Mushait and Jizan, were captured by the Saudi forces.
Mohamed al-Atab, reporting from the Yemeni capital, Sana, said it seemed "no end" to attacks and repressions between Saudi Arabia and Khushtis. "The conflict escalates … and, according to Houtis," the Military Speaker will witness further surprises for Saudi Arabia in the coming days, particularly by attacking winged missiles and unmanned aerial vehicle operations, "Al-Atab said. fought a military coalition in Saudi Arabia, Yemen since 2015, when the latter launched a major air campaign aimed at reinstating the internationally recognized government of the President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi which had previously been taken down by Houthis  Since then, according to data of the Organization of Vol (ACLED), 91,600 people have been killed so far
The worst humanitarian crisis in the world, with over 24 million Yemen – more than two thirds of the population – who are believed to need help There are regional tensions
Against the backdrop of the riots in Yemen, In recent weeks, friction has emerged in the wider region, including Washington and Riyadh accused Tehran of a series of attacks against critical assets and infrastructure related to five ol, including two tankers in the Gulf of Oman and four vessels from the United Arab Emirates (UAE)  Both incidents took place near the Strait of Hormuz, the main channel for global oil supplies. Iran Rejected Responsibility for Attacks
At the last point of its flame on Thursday, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard elite forces announced that they had shot American "unmanned" spy planes over its territory, according to Iranian state television reports. later told news agencies that an American naval unmanned airplane had been removed from the international airspace.
In the course of what is said to address Iran's threats, Washington recently deployed additional troops along with B-52 aircraft carriers and bombers
Despite growing tensions, the United States, Iran and Saudi Arabia said they did not want war in the region. Continue its "maximum pressure" campaign against Tehran after Trump's decision in May 2018 withdrew from a remarkable nuclear deal between Iran and several other world powers.