The Israeli army announced, on Tuesday-Wednesday night, that it had intercepted “another threat that apparently came from Yemen,” as the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper quoted an Israeli army spokesman as saying: “Air defense fighters intercepted an air threat that was detected in the Red Sea region.” South Eilat.
The occupation army spokesman added: “No danger to civilians was discovered, and no incursion into Israeli territory was discovered.” He continued: “This appears to be another shooting by the Houthis from Yemen, who are supported by Iran.”
The Israeli occupation army announced in a statement that it deployed missile boats in the Red Sea on Wednesday as part of reinforcements.
Pictures published by the army show Saar-class corvettes patrolling near the port of Eilat on the Red Sea, which Israel considers a new front.
Houthi attacks on Israel
The Israeli army announced its use on Tuesday “Arrow” system Anti-ballistic missiles, to intercept a surface-to-surface missile launched from the Red Sea.
The occupation army indicated that its aircraft were also on alert “after detecting an air threat in the Red Sea region, where they intercepted hostile targets flying in the region.”
For its part, and for the first time, the Yemeni Houthi group announced, yesterday, Tuesday, the launch of a large number of ballistic and winged missiles and drones, at targets in Israel.
These developments come with continuation Israel’s aggression Land, air and sea on Gaza strip For the twenty-sixth day in a row, the number of martyrs rose to more than 8,525, including 3,542 children, according to the latest statistics of the Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip.
Yesterday, Reuters quoted Israeli National Security Advisor Tzachi Hanegbi as saying: “Houthi attacks cannot be tolerated,” but he did not provide details about how Israel might respond when asked about that.
On the other hand, Yahya Saree became the speaker In the name of the Houthis Israel is responsible for instability in the Middle East, saying that the “circle of conflict” in the region is expanding due to its “continuous crimes.”
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