Militarily, humanitarianly, and diplomatically, the most prominent fronts where America escalates against Yemen

The US has expanded its war on Yemen with its decision to officially designate the Ansar Allah as a terrorist organization. Will it succeed in halting Yemeni naval operations?

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On the military front, US forces continued to bombard Yemeni cities at a high pace, with an average of five to ten airstrikes per day. Although these airstrikes have increased in frequency from time to time since last January.

By promoting claims made by the US Fifth Fleet Deputy Commander on the existence of Iranian forces on the ground, US military leadership has alluded to plans for a ground escalation in recent hours. These claims line up with recent escalations that have occurred over the last few hours on three Yemeni fronts, most notably Taiz, Marib, and the Saudi borders. Pro-coalition media outlets reported the killing of military leaders in these areas during clashes with what they describe as “Houthis.”

Among the notable leaders killed were Abdullah Al-Faqih, the son of the head of the Al-Islah Party in Taiz, the commander of a site in the eastern Balq in Marib, and a leader of the Saudi-affiliated factions on the border with Sa’ada Governorate. All of these developments indicate American arrangements to activate internal combat fronts, especially as they coincide with the US envoy’s announcement of the official suspension of the peace process and his hinting at the possibility of war.

On the diplomatic front, America revealed its efforts in the Yemen file. Alongside meetings held by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken with Western and Arab counterparts on the sidelines of the Munich Conference, the American envoy appeared in a new interview with the US Arabic-language channel Al-Hurra, where he presented the idea of returning to an alleged agreement that had been reached and agreed upon by the “Houthis,” including principles for a political solution. He also mentioned communication channels with Sana’a in an attempt to dissuade them from operations in the Red Sea.

Furthermore, the envoy began promoting allegations about the Yemeni operations targeting countries bordering the Red Sea, most notably Ethiopia, which he mentioned in his last interview, which does not have a Red Sea outlet, and Sudan, which is embroiled in civil conflict. These are indications of America’s attempts to gather support for its war on Yemen in light of its failure to convince Red Sea countries to join its coalition.

On the humanitarian front, the US has begun pressuring the UN to halt the remaining activities of humanitarian organizations operating in northern Yemen. This step, which has been praised by the US, coincided with the report of the UN Secretary-General on maritime security, which included in its entirety an attack on what he described as “Houthis” and was formulated by the US administration before being presented to the Security Council in its recent session. This has been confirmed by Western diplomats, in addition to previous steps such as the suspension of the World Food Program’s activities in Yemen based on unrealistic pretexts.

These recent movements add to a series of steps that preceded the decision, including sanctions on exchange companies, financial transfers, and companies importing foodstuffs, all aimed at reducing the flow of goods and materials to Yemeni ports, which are already targeted from time to time.

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