Written by Arraale M. Jama, a freelance journalist and human rights activist.


Yemen- Sana’a (ANN)-The Houthi movement in Yemen said that they had hit two ships in the Red Sea with missiles, which showed that the Houthis are not changing their power, and that they are not discouraged by the US and UK attacks on the group.

The Star Nausea and Morning Tide ships are the two ships attacked by the Houthis, belonging to the US and Britain, and one of them was damaged. The Greek-owned Star Nasia was damaged but its crew were unhurt, a Greek official told Reuters.

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Furadino Shipping Ltd, the British owner of the Morning Tide, said there was an explosion near the ship but that it was undamaged and nobody was hurt and the vessel was able to continue on its route.

The latest attacks by the group come after a wave of air strikes by the US and UK in recent days, including a strike on Monday that the US Central Command said hit two uncrewed explosive surface vehicles.

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Previous strikes over the weekend hit Houthi missiles, the US said. More than 30 targets were struck in the third wave of joint UK and US attacks on Saturday. The US has also carried out several rounds of strikes without the UK’s involvement.


The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) agency on Tuesday confirmed it had received reports of an attack on a ship just after midnight GMT in the Red Sea, west of the Yemeni city of Hodeidah.

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British maritime security firm Ambrey, meanwhile, said a general cargo ship owned by a British company and sailing under a Barbados flag had suffered damage in an attack while sailing through the sea.

The group’s leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi warned that his group would “further escalate” if the war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza did not end.

The United States and Britain have targeted areas in Yemen that they say are lats week among the military bases of the Houthis, but the attacks have not changed the power of the Houthis, who say that the United States and Britain have killed civilians. and damaged only the basic services, which were already very poor, as the country has been completely destroyed in previous wars.

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The Houthis have fired missiles at more than 50 cargo ships in the Red Sea, burning some of them since they began to express their anger at Israel’s war on Gaza, following the Hamas attack inside Israel on Oct 7. , 2023.

The United States and Britain have supported Israel, which has been accused of genocide and of causing the death and destruction of the Palestinian people, and the Houthis have launched an attack on American merchant ships and Israeli allies, while also targeting US warships in the Red Sea, the Houthi group attacked.

Recently, the Houthis threatened to cut the Internet cables that pass through the Red Sea, which increased the fear of economic problems that will have a negative impact on the world, while the problem of commercial ships that have been diverted from the Red Sea and affected the traffic of the world trade continues. and the problem caused by the Gaza war between Hamas and Israel.

Anger over Israel’s military campaign in Gaza, launched with the aim of destroying the Hamas, has grown across the Middle East, stoking violence involving Iran-backed groups in Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria, as well as Yemen.

The Houthi attacks have prompted some shipping companies to detour around southern Africa to avoid the Red Sea, a vital route that normally carries about 12 percent of global maritime trade,which has become a big problem for the business and traffic of sea traffic in the world.



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Written by Arraale M. Jama, a freelance journalist and human rights activist.

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