Al-Houthi: Our operations continue to support Gaza and will not stop except with the lifting of the siege

The leader of the Ansar Allah movement, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, revealed that they have carried out 14 military operations in the past two weeks, targeting 8 ships affiliated with the “Israeli” entity, bringing the total number of targeted ships to 98. He confirmed that their operations will continue until the siege on Gaza is lifted.

Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi affirmed that there is no threat to navigation belonging to European countries as long as it is not related to the occupation entity, stating that some European battleships have withdrawn from the Red Sea and their talk about the effectiveness of Sana’a operations.

Addressing the Europeans, he added, “It is in your interest to withdraw your warships that cost you a lot and expose you to risks and confrontations in favor of the Americans,” adding that the impact on the security and safety of navigation and ship crossing lies in the congestion of warships in the Red Sea.

The leader of the Ansar Allah movement stated that their operations will not stop our operations to put pressure on stopping the siege, neither through counter-operations against our country nor by the deployment of warships. It is not in anyone’s interest to compliment the American and appease them through naval participation.

Regarding the losses resulting from Yemeni operations, Al-Houthi pointed out that “American, British, and countries involved in these burdens are also experiencing increasing difficulties in insurance and rising prices,” reiterating that “the solution for the benefit of everyone is to stop the aggression and end the siege in Gaza and ensure the arrival of food and medicine.”

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