YEMEN Press Agency

Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi reveals entry of new weapon into service

SANAA, Feb. 22 (YPA) – Leader of the Yemeni revolution, Sayyed Abdul-Malik Badr al-Houthi, revealed on Thursday entering a new marine weapon into service within the battle with the American and British enemy in the Red and Arab Sea and Bab al -Mandab.

This came in a televised speech that he made about the latest developments the region and the Israeli aggression on Gaza.

“The submarine weapon has been introduced into our operations at the Sea, which is worrying to the enemy, the leader al-Houthi explained. “The development of the available missiles to the point where the Americans are unable to intercept or shoot them down, despite all the technology they have got.”

Sayyed al-Houthi pointed out that Yemen has tended to escalate operations on its front, when the enemy went to step up further in the Gaza Strip.

The leader stated that about 183 missiles and drones were fired during Yemen’s military operations against Israeli targets in the occupied territories, affirming that the targeted ships at the Sea amounted to 48 ships, despite the enemy reducing its movement, camouflaging it, and withholding information.

He also revealed that the Yemeni armed forces has carried out 13 distinct and effective operations this week, the most prominent of which was targeting the British ship by a devastating strike, which led to sinking.

The revolution’s leader announced an information achievement that surprised the enemy regarding the information is collected by the Yemeni army forces to identify the identity of the ship’s owner, its affiliation, and its destination, indicating that the information details are obtained in an unusual manner, and the enemy is trying with every effort to obscure and camouflage the information.

He went on to say: “We challenge the Americans to prove that the targeted ships are not according to the classification announced after the targeting and that they do not belong to the American, British or Israeli,” stressing that the enemies also failed to protect the ships from being targeted by missiles and drones.”

The leader al-Houthi confirmed that the enemies also failed to limit the launches and to prevent the missiles from hitting their targets.