What did Sana’a want to convey? Two operations within 12 hours

The Yemeni armed forces have intensified their operations in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden in the past few hours. What are the dimensions of these developments?

Exclusive – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Between 8:30 p.m. on Friday and 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sana’a carried out two operations in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, confirmed by the British Navy and the U.S. Central Command.

The first operation took place in the Gulf of Aden and targeted the British cargo ship “MV LICAVALITOS.” The U.S. Central Command confirmed that the ship was hit by a ballistic missile launched by what it described as the “Al-Houthis” in its statement.

As for the second operation, it occurred in the Red Sea and targeted the British oil tanker “POLIX.”

Although these two operations, officially claimed by Sana’a, coincided with reports from the U.S. Central Command about confrontations during these operations, claiming the destruction of three cruise missiles by warplanes as part of a series of targeting ships associated with Israel since Yemen’s decision to ban navigation to Israeli ports last November, the time separating the two operations carried several messages, the most prominent of which, according to experts, was a message of escalation of Yemeni operations in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, especially since these recent operations came just hours after the U.S. Department of State announced the implementation of the decision to designate the “Al-Houthis” as a terrorist group.

The second message, according to these experts, was directed towards Britain, which considers these maritime routes important and participates in the U.S. aggression against Yemen. It emphasizes the necessity of disengaging from America or bearing further escalation consequences.

The third message was intended for the European Union, which is planning to deploy its war fleets under the pretext of “protecting ships in the Red Sea.” Its content implies that Great Britain and America, with their arsenals, have failed to secure their ships in the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden, and the Arabian Sea, as they have become legitimate targets for Yemen since the start of the American-British aggression on Yemen on January 11.

The dimensions of the Yemeni messages through their recent operations in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden may be diverse, but the most important remains the confirmation that America, which announced the designation of Ansar Allah on the sanctions list, has failed to subdue Yemen or contain its legitimate operations aimed at lifting the blockade and ending the war on Gaza, and that what comes after the classification may be the worst nightmare in the history of the US and all those who ally with it in their dirty war on Yemen.

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