Western Reports: US-British preparations for an attack on Yemen, Sana’a vows a greater response
Western media reports have indicated US and British preparations for a hostile operation against Yemen due to its operations against ships heading towards the Israeli enemy entity, while Sana’a affirmed that it would respond to any attack.
Follow ups – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
The Wall Street Journal said that the Middle East braced Thursday for U.S.-led coalition strikes on sites in Yemen. Maritime executives have been told by Western diplomats that targets would likely include missile and drone launch sites, radars, and weapons depots around the Yemeni cities of Hudaydah and Hajjah. Infrastructure in the capital, Sana’a, is also on the list of possible targets, the executives said.
In the same context, the British newspapers “The Guardian and The Times” reported that preparations intensified on Thursday, although the scale and timing of the attack remain undisclosed.
On the other hand, the leader of the Ansar Allah movement, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, warned on Thursday against any hostile move against Yemen and advised countries not to get involved alongside America and Britain, emphasizing that these countries would gamble with their interests, including navigation.
Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, the leader of the Ansar Allah movement in Yemen, affirmed on Thursday that the response to any American aggression will not be limited to the scale of the recent operation carried out with more than 24 drones and several missiles, but it will be greater than that, adding: Whoever wants to attack our people is risking, at the military level, engaging in a confrontation for which he will pay the price.
Al-Houthi confirmed that Yemen isn’t afraid of America and doesn’t have a ceiling on its position that would avoid angering America.