Iranophobia US Strategy to Exploit Arabs, Says General Mousavi

Commander-in-Chief of the Islamic Republic Army Major General Abdolrahim Mousavi says that what happened in the region in the UAE and Iraq when the United States arrived in the region is not unreasonable and the aim of Iranophobia is to exploit Arabs.

'If we take a closer look at the recent developments of the region, we will find that the Iranian people are in full compliance with the principles of the revolution and, more than ever, have authority in the world,' Mousavi said on Wednesday afternoon.

'If one day the evidence of recent events is revealed, then we will find that the Saudis, along with the United States, are the main cause of recent events in the UAE and Iraq,' he said.

The commander of the army highlighted, 'The Saudis are trying to undermine the security of the UAE for punishing the UAE and getting concessions and the United States is trying to exploit the mercenary countries in the region with the policy of Iranophobia in the region.'

Yemeni Forces Launch Drone Attack on Warplane Hangars at Najran Airport

Yemeni armed forces have launched another retaliatory drone strike against an airport in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern Najran region, this time targeting hangars housing the regime’s warplanes, Press T.V reported.

Yemen’s al-Masirah television network reported the counter-strike on Wednesday morning, without giving details about possible casualties or material damage.

A day earlier, the network said Yemeni forces, led by the Houthi Ansarullah movement, had launched a counterattack on an arms depot inside the same airport, using a Qasef-2K combat drone. The strike caused a fire at the airport.

In mid-May, the Yemeni army launched drone raids on a major oil pipeline deep inside the Saudi kingdom in retaliation for the regime’s war crimes against Yemen, forcing state crude giant Aramco to temporarily stop pumping oil on the pipeline.

Zionist Settler Runs over, Kills Palestinian Man in Occupied West Bank

A Zionist settler has run over and killed a Palestinian man in the northwestern part of the occupied West Bank.

Palestinian media say that the 45-year- old victim, identified as Abdul Hafiz Barham, was struck east of Qalqilya on Tuesday.

According to witnesses, the Palestinian man was taken to a hospital in Nablus, where he succumbed to his injuries.

Yemenis Launch Retaliatory Drone Attack on Saudi Arms Deport at Najran Airport

Yemeni armed forces, led by the Houthi Ansarullah movement, have launched a drone strike on an arms depot at an airport in Saudi Arabia’s southern Najran region in retaliation for the kingdom’s bloody military aggression against the impoverished country, according to Press T.V.

The Houthi-run al-Masirah TV channel has reported that the attack was carried out by a Qasef-2K combat drone on Tuesday, causing a fire at the airport.

Explosion Targets Tourist Bus near Giza Pyramids

An explosion targeting a tourist bus near a museum in the Giza pyramid complex has left at least 16 people injured, according to local authorities. There are no reports of deaths.

According to RT, most of those hurt are foreign tourists, Reuters reported. The explosive device went off close to the Grand Egyptian Museum fence as the bus was passing. The museum, still under construction, is set to be the largest archaeological museum in the world when it opens in 2020. It is located approximately two kilometers from the Giza pyramids.

Pictures posted on social media showed a bus with some of its windows blown out or shattered, and debris in the road next to a low wall with a hole in it.