Yemeni Ansarullah warns Abu Dhabi of more painful attacks
A member of the Yemeni Ansarullah movement's political bureau stated that if Abu Dhabi did not stop invading Yemen, it would receive more painful attacks.
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He added that the details of the operation against Abu Dhabi will be revealed in the coming hours and any escalation of attacks will be responded to by intensifying the attacks.
Al-Bakhiti added that the Yemeni army and popular committees have shown more patience towards the UAE than the Saudis because the people of the UAE are opposed to the participation of its leaders in the Saudi coalition and the invasion of Yemen and Yemen's historical enemy is Saudi Arabia. Before the recent invasion of Yemen there was no enmity between the UAE and Yemen. The UAE, on the other hand, had announced that it would withdraw from the invasion of Yemen, although this withdrawal was not complete and was still present in the southern regions of Yemen. Even now, we are witnessing a kind of division of different regions in Yemen between the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
The member of the Ansarullah movement's political bureau had previously warned the UAE: "We advise the UAE not to continue its acts of tension because if this tension continues, Yemen will be forced to attack deep into its territory."
It was at noon Monday that Abu Dhabi police and then the UAE official news agency reported an explosion in the Al-Masfa industrial zone and then a fire in a part of the UAE International Airport, and shortly after the news broke, Brigadier General Yahya Sari, spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces in a Twitter post, implicitly claimed responsibility for the attack on Abu Dhabi Airport, announcing that he would soon release details of the successful operation against the UAE.
The Saudi coalition also said in a statement that it had observed several drones taking off from Sanaa airport.
Al-Mayadin also quoted media sources as saying that the Yemeni army and popular committees had targeted key areas in the UAE with 20 UAVs and 10 ballistic missiles.
A few days ago, the Al-Khobar Al-Yemeni website published a note about the fact that Abu Dhabi once again needs a serious warning from the Yemeni National Salvation Government and Armed Forces, and reminded the story of the Yemeni army and popular committees' operations deep into the UAE in 2017. He recalled that on December 4, 2017, the UAE was targeted by a ballistic missile that struck the Baraka nuclear reactor, and in 2018, according to the British newspaper Middle East Eye, two undeclared oil fields were targeted.
These operations had messages that Abu Dhabi realized their implications especially after the Sanaa forces released a video of the Abu Dhabi airport being targeted, which the UAE government denied, and then Sanaa announced that dozens of targets at the airport were within their reach and that only one attack would cost Abu Dhabi.
The Yemeni navy recently seized an Emirati-flagged ship carrying military equipment in the Red Sea, unprecedented in the seven-year history of the Yemeni war.