The Houthis claimed they attacked several Saudi soldiers. They also claimed that they have captured “thousands” of others.
Saudi owned news agency has not yet confirmed the Houthis attacks.
The alleged attack comes a few weeks after Houthi rebels claimed drone attacks against two Saudi oil facilities on September 14.
The Houthi rebels also threatened to widen attacks against Saudi Arabia.
Houthi spokesman Yahya Saree said after the attacks that the rebels “warn the Saudis that our targets will keep expanding.”
The same spokesman added, “ We have the right to strike back in retaliation to the airstrikes and the targeting of our civilians for the last five years.”
Several Arab countries condemned the attacks, including Morocco.
Morocco reiterated its condemnation yesterday through a statement from Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita.
In an interview with Sky News Arabia, Bourita has said that the security and stability of SaudiArabia is an integral part of Morocco’s own security and stability.
The minister also blamed Iran for the attacks, urging the international community to take a strong stand against its “hostilities against the countries of the region.”