Sana’a Navy: We will make Yemeni regional waters a graveyard for Israeli ships
Yemeni forces vowed on Monday to turn Yemeni regional waters into a graveyard for Israeli ships in a new warning to vessels affiliated with the occupying entity that pass through the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea and didn’t respond to Sana’a navy calls.
Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
The Commander of the Coastal Defense Brigade of the Sana’a Forces, Major General Muhammad Ali Al-Qadri, stated in a press statement that their operations at sea “do not affect the international corridor or other commercial ships; they are only limited to Israeli ships.”
This warning came less than 24 hours after the spokesman for Sana’a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, announced the targeting of “two Israeli ships in the Red Sea in response to Zionist massacres in Gaza.”
Last Thursday, Sana’a forces spokesman Brigadier General Yahya Saree threatened the Zionist entity with resuming military operations if it resumed its aggression on the Gaza Strip, declaring the expansion of operations towards new targets.
Previously, Sana’a forces carried out several offensive operations targeting the depths of the Zionist entity using drones and ballistic missiles. They also seized the “Galaxy Leader” ship owned by an Israeli businessman, causing significant economic losses to the entity, especially after Zionist shipping companies announced a change in its route away from the Red Sea, fearing Sana’a’s warnings.