The Houthis bring the number of recent US and UK attacks in six Yemeni provinces to nearly fifty

The Houthi insurgency in Yemen has assured that the latest series of attacks by the United States and the United Kingdom in recent hours will not have a deterrent effect on their campaign to prevent Red Sea transit as a means of pressure against Israel.

Houthi military spokesman Yahya Saree confirmed nearly fifty international attacks since Saturday night against their locations in the country in six provinces of the country, with a particular focus on Sana’a, where the capital is located, and Taiz, the latter location. where the uprising has been blockading the capital of the same name for years, amid criticism from international humanitarian organizations.

Specifically, Saree is aware of 48 attacks – the US and the UK had spoken of 36 – 13 of them in Sanaa, eleven in Taiz, nine in Hodeida, where the country’s main port is located, which is crucial for the US arrival the help. humanitarian; seven in Al Baida, seven in Haya and one in Sada. He does not report any victims in his message.

Finally, the spokesman assures that the attacks will not deter the insurgents “from their moral, religious and humanitarian stance in support of the steadfast Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip” and will not remain without response and punishment.

The international attacks parallel the series of bombings carried out in the United States on Friday evening against pro-Iranian militias in Iraq and Syria, in retaliation for attacks by those groups on their positions in the region, which left three soldiers dead Lives came last weekend.

In both cases, the war between Israel and Hamas that began on October 7th was the trigger; a conflict in which both pro-Iranian groups and Yemeni insurgents have openly pledged support to the Palestinian Islamist movement.

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