Col.Turki Al-Maliki: 9 civilians injured in Houthi’s terrorist attack on Abha airport
The spokesman for the Arab Coalition for the support of legitimacy in Yemen, Col.Turki Al-Maliki, announced on Tuesday that Houthi militia attacked the Abha International Airport in the southern province of Saudi Arabia, injuring nine civilians.
According to a statement by the coalition spokesperson, Col. Turki Al Maliki, eight of the victims are Saudis, while the ninth is Indian. He revealed that all injuries are initially stable and were all transferred to hospitals.
The airport has been targeted by Houthis several times. In one attack last month, a Syria was killed, and seven other civilians injured.
The Houthi militia continue their immoral practices by targeting civilians and civilian objects protected under international humanitarian law and its customary rules, Al-Maliki said.
Al Maliki, stressed that in the face of these acts of “terrorism and the immoral violations” by the Houthi militia, the command of the coalition forces continues to carry out strict measures to deter the militia in order to protect the civilian and civilian assets.