Yemen Houthi leader says group will further escalate if attacks on Gaza do not stop

Feb 6, 2024



Dubai: leader of YemenThe Iran-backed Houthis said on Tuesday that the group would become more militant if Israeli attacks on Gaza are not stopped.
The Houthis, who control Yemen's capital and most populated areas, have attacked international shipping the Red Sea He has been speaking of solidarity with the Palestinians since November and has been facing American and British counter-attacks since last month.
The attacks are disrupting maritime trade in one of the world's busiest corridors as freight companies rerouted around the Cape of Good Hope to avoid the Suez Canal.
In a televised speech, Abdul Malik al-Houthi said that the group “if the barbaric and brutal aggression against Gaza does not stop, as well as the siege of the Palestinian people, to whom they deny aid and medical care, they will Will try to increase more.”
The group fired naval missiles at two ships in the Red Sea on Tuesday, causing damage to the Greek-owned ships, its military spokesman said. star nasia and British-owned Morning Tide.
Spokesman Yahya Sariya Greek-owned identity, Marshall Islands Marked Star Nasiya as American. Maritime shipping trackers showed the ship was carrying American coal to India.



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