Increase in the pace of daily Yemeni operations

The Yemeni forces’ naval operations have witnessed an unprecedented increase in the past 24 hours. What are the implications?

Exclusive – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

From Wednesday to Thursday afternoon, Yemeni forces carried out five operations spanning from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean.

The operations began with the targeting of the ship “Tayotar” in the Red Sea and extended to include the occupied ports of Ashdod and Haifa, according to Yemeni forces spokesman for Sana’a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, and American and British reports confirmed this, for those operations to expand during the last hours with Britain announcing two operations in the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea.

Although these operations represent the daily average of attacks since the start of the fourth phase of Yemen’s escalation against the Israeli occupation, the success of Yemeni forces in achieving precise hits, according to field reports, indicates their success in neutralizing international forces that rushed to rescue the occupation over the past months.

Furthermore, the majority of operations have focused on the enforcement of the navigation ban in the ports of the occupation in the Mediterranean, whether by targeting ships that violated the ban or directly shelling the ports of the occupation there, which indicates that the current objective is to impose a new equation on the other side of the occupation and its most important arteries.

These developments in Yemeni operations also coincide with the escalation by the occupation in Rafah and southern Lebanon, and they are strong messages of solidarity with the resistance factions on the two border fronts with the occupation.

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