Houthi militia fires “locally developed” missile at Saudi base

With a new ballistic missile, Houthi militias attacked last Saturday a Saudi camp near the border with Yemen.

The missile used was the Badr-F and it successfully hit the Al-Istiqbal Saudi camp in Tawal.

As reported by Houthi media, the rocket killed 9 Saudis and 40 Saudi Arab allies. The Badr-F missile is the advanced version of the Badr-P1 missile and has a range of 160 km, an increase of 30 km over the Badr-P1.

As Houthi media mention, the new rocket was developed and built by Yemen scientists and engineers. So, there is no relation to Iran in whose arsenal the missile also exists … OK.