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Until genocide ends: Yemen expands pro-Gaza operations in fourth phase

As part of its military operations in support of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, the Yemeni military continues to inflict lethal blows on the Israeli regime and its Western allies.

In a statement on Tuesday, the Yemeni armed forces said for the first time in months, there was no American military movement in the Red Sea for the past 48 hours, which made navigation safer.

The fact that Americans have now decided to avoid troubled waters, according to observers, shows the impact of military operations carried out by the forces of the poorest Arab nation in support of Gaza.

In recent days and weeks, the Yemeni military continued with its military operations, warning both the Israeli-occupying regime and its Western allies to stop the genocidal war against Palestinians.

Earlier this week, another US MQ-9 Reaper drone was downed and the USS Eisenhower aircraft carrier was also targeted in the Red Sea by the Yemeni armed forces in line with their warnings.

On Friday, Yemen’s military spokesperson Yahya Saree announced that the country’s military had launched a missile attack on the USS Eisenhower in the Red Sea after American-British airstrikes on the Arab country resulted in many civilian casualties the day before.

Another military operation, Saree added, “struck an American destroyer in the Red Sea with ballistic missiles and drones,” and in four other operations, other enemy ships were targeted.

Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, a member of Yemen’s Supreme Political Council, challenged the US Navy’s claims that there was no damage, saying if the Eisenhower carrier is still intact, “the best way to prove that it was not targeted is a live broadcast to prove that the Eisenhower carrier remains as it is.”

According to several independent sources, the US Eisenhower aircraft carrier swiftly moved away from Yemen after being targeted, which was followed by another attack on the carrier and several other American military ships sailing in regional waters in defiance of warnings.

Yemen’s military in recent months has stepped up attacks on shipping in the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden, the Indian Ocean, and most recently in the Mediterranean, demanding that Israel end the genocidal war on Gaza, which has killed more than 36,600 Palestinians since October last year.

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