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Directly sopported by Iran and the IRGC – Iranian channels start reporting this at 4:34 AM

Explosions reported off the coast of Abu Dhabi in the UAE, supposedly targeting oil tankers.

Smoke from the airport – “The message of reprimand and punishment that should have reached the UAE has arrived,” said Yemeni Information Minister Dhaifullah al-Shami in Sanaa.

Supplementary | Abu Dhabi police say three people have been killed and six others injured in a fuel tanker explosion.

Statement
ABU DHABI POLICE
Abu Dhabi Police
Monday January 17 2022
Abu Dhabi Police: 3 oil tankers exploded in the Mussafah area of Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi Police confirmed the outbreak of a fire this morning, which led to an explosion in 3 petroleum tanks transporting petroleum in the Musaffah ICAD 3 area near ADNOC’s tanks. A minor fire also occurred in the new construction area at Abu Dhabi International Airport. Preliminary investigations indicate that small flying objects, possibly belonging to drones, were detected in the two areas, which may have caused the explosion and fire. The competent authorities were sent and the fire is being dealt with. The competent authorities have launched an extensive investigation into the cause of the fire and the circumstances surrounding it, and there are no significant damages resulting from the two accidents.

UPDATE – 1 Pakistan & 2 Indian nationals killed in the UAE Attack.

— Al-Mayadeen: Reliable Yemeni sources tell us that the military operation in the heart of the UAE capital Abu Dhabi is still going on and the fires are still burning.

Abu Dhabi police reports that 3 oil tankers have been exploded.

— UPDATE: A minor fire is still going on in the port area of Musaffah

n the video, a drone can be seen flying over a plane and connected jet bridge.

The footage then cuts to show two large trucks, which are then engulfed in a large explosion.

The explosion was the result of the Houthis’ armed Samad-3 drone, Al-Masirah reported.

Abu Dhabi International Airport has also reportedly been targeted.

Targets in Abu Dhabi

Al-Mayadeen confirms that 20 suicide drones and 10 ballistic missiles have hit the UAE and struck sensitive targets

The UAE has said that suicide drones have been identified in their airspace.

COMMENTS FROM SATURDAY:

Yemeni daily to UAE: Abu Dhabi’s fragile glass towers ‘easy to reach’

🔹A Yemeni daily says the United Arab Emirates (UAE) should await a harsh response for its escalations against Yemen, reminding the Persian Gulf country that Abu Dhabi’s fragile glass towers are “easy to reach.” – Iranian PRESSTV

Police in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, have announced the appearance of unknown drones in two areas of the city, including the new airport, which lead to the explosions.

Three fuel tanks exploded near the fuel depots of the oil company ADNOC in Abu Dhabi as a result of the impact of loitering ammunition.

A number of explosive-laden #drones have been launched from Sanaa’s airport in Yemen, after the Iran-backed #Houthi militia claimed to have attacked the United Arab Emirates on Monday morning, according to the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

Ansarullah political bureau member in conversation with Al Jazeera:

We do not take orders from anyone, but we stand against the United States, which is our enemy

As long as Saudi Arabia and the UAE continue to invade Yemen, we will continue to invade these countries.

Death to America, Death to Israel

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