Saudi Drone Downed in Jizan as Yemenis Step up Counter-Attacks

Yemen’s ruling Houthi Ansarullah movement says that its military has successfully shot down a Saudi spy drone flying near Yemen’s northern borders, Press T.V reported.

The Houthis said in their official TV channel al-Massirah that the Saudi drone had been downed in Juhfan region in Saudi Arabia's southern province of Jizan.

Yemeni air defense units have successfully targeted Saudi drones over the past weeks.

Houthi-led forces also shot down three Saudi drones in Jabal al-Daoud region in Jizan last month.

Yemen’s attacks on Saudi military targets are in retaliation to Riyadh’s incessant bombardment of civilians in the
impoverished country.

Zionist Forces Detain 11 Palestinians in Occupied Al-Quds, Jenin

Israeli occupation forces last night detained at least 11 Palestinians during raids across occupied East Al-Quds (Jerusalem) and the West Bank district of Jenin, according to local sources.

Israeli police raided the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Al-Issawiya and the Shuafat refugee camp, northeast of the city, and detained eight Palestinians after raiding and searching their homes.

In Jenin, north of the West Bank, army forces broke into the town of Qabatiya and detained three, also after raiding and searching their homes.

American TOW missiles found in southern Syria

Damascus, SANA-SANA correspondent reported that the authorities found today large amounts of weapons and ammunitionincluding US-made "TOW" missiles and drones. Those were left behind by terrorists in the southern region.


Yemen's Raids Kill Dozen of Pro-Saudi Militants in Aden

Yemeni armed forces have launched missile and drone attacks on a camp of Saudi-sponsored militiamen loyal to the country’s ex-government in the port city of Aden, killing dozens of them, including a commander.

The Yemeni forces - led by the Houthi Ansarullah movement - said they hit the Jala’a camp west of the city while the mercenaries were holding a military parade on Thursday, Yemen's al-Masirah TV reported.

Saudi Arabia, Zionist Entity Discuss Gas Deals' as Ties Warm Up

An ally of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Riyadh has exchanged views with Tel Aviv on importing natural gas from the occupied territories, as the two regimes speed up normalization efforts.

Citing conversations with senior regional officials, former Israeli communications minister Ayoob Kara, said on Thursday that the two regimes had discussed building a pipeline that would connect Saudi Arabia to Eliat, a Red Sea resort city in the southern tip of the occupied lands, Bloomberg reported.

Referring to the gas pipeline project, Kara said, “This is about mutual interest.”