Saudi Arabia's air force intercepted seven missiles fired from Yemen on Sunday, according to an official with the country's Ministry of Information.
Col. Turki Al Maliki, citing Coalition Defense Forces, said the missiles had four target areas: three were aimed at the capital city of Riyadh, one was headed toward the southwest in Khamis Mushait, one along the southern border targeting Najran and two were headed for the southern city of Jizan. All seven missiles were intercepted and destroyed, according to a Saudi news release.
These aggressive actions are in blatant violation to the UN Security Resolution 2216 and 2231. These hostile acts continue to pose a direct threat to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and threaten regional, as well as international, security,"https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/25/middleea ... index.html
The U.S. signed off on a $670 million arms sale to Saudi Arabia on Thursday after Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman held a meeting with Pentagon chief James Mattis on his visit to Washington.http://www.newsweek.com/saudi-crown-pri ... tis-858094
So.... is the next step arming the Sunni rebels in Syria fighting Iranian and Russian backed Assad and his forces? Might as well throw in the increasing hostilities between Turkey and the Kurds? Nothing like John Bolton whispering in Trumps ear. --:--