Yemen’s Houthis Admits Attacks Against Israel and Western Powers

In a statement, the group said it carried out two military actions

On Thursday, Yemeni Houthis forces claimed an attack on the Israeli port of Haifa and another attack on the Red Sea, carried out in conjunction with the Iraqi Islamic resistance.

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In a statement, the group said it carried out two military actions: “The first was a joint operation with the Islamic Resistance in brother Iraq, which aimed at a vital target in Haifa with several missiles, and the operation successfully achieved its objective,” they stressed.

The second action targeted the SEAJOY vessel in the Red Sea. According to the report, the vessel “violated the decision to ban entry to the ports of occupied Palestine”. The attack was carried out with a drone and several missiles and drones.

“Attacks on shipping in the Red and Arabian Seas and the Indian Ocean will not stop, except when the aggression and siege against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip stops,” Yemeni militants stressed.

It should be noted that the Houthis forces claimed to have first used a locally manufactured hypersonic missile to attack the Israeli vessel MSC SARAH V in the Arabian Sea.

Similarly, the Houthi actions have moved to the Mediterranean Sea, where they used the new missile against the cattle ship Shorthorn Express, of flag of Luxembourg, that was going to the port of Haifa.