Yemeni Houthi rebels admit Iran supplies missiles used to attack Saudi Arabia

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A spokesperson for the Iran-backed Houthi forces in Yemen confirmed that all three missiles fired into Saudi territory on Sunday, causing serious damage, were made by the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Thus, it is proved once again that the Houthis in Yemen are fighting on behalf of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and their goal is to weaken the regime of Saudi Arabia and perhaps even overthrow them.

The Iranian regime continues to send missiles to the Houthis while the Islamic Republic’s ministry of foreign affairs has been trying for several months to improve its relations with the Riyadh government. The effort is now being pursued by Iran’s newly appointed foreign minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, who is said to have had at least three secret talks with the Saudi foreign minister.

Upon his return to Iran, Amir-Abdollahian stated that one of the goals of the newly appointed Iranian president’s government is to continue providing assistance to the regime’s terrorist organizations across the region.

The Yemeni Iran-backed Houthi spokesman confirmed that the latest attack on Saudi territory was by Badr and Zulfiqar missiles, as well as Iranian drones called Samad.

The civil war in Yemen has been going on for more than four years now and may have cost the Iranian government more than $1 billion, but the Iran-aligned Houthis have not been able to gain control of much of Yemen.

Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, wrote in his book Kashf al-Asrar twenty years before he came to power, that the real Muslims should overthrow the Saudi family, who hold the key to Mecca and Medina, because they have a deviant Wahhabi religion and are a puppet of the United States of America.

Source » iranbriefing

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