Houthis Warned, US And Uk Strikes Won’t Go Unpunished
A recent US-led airstrikes on Yemen have escalated tensions in the region, resulting in a tragic toll on human lives. The military spokesman from the Houthi rebels reported that at least five individuals lost their lives, and six others sustained injuries as a consequence of the airstrikes. The Yemeni conflict, which has been marked by complicated geopolitical dynamics, power conflicts within the area, and a dire humanitarian crisis, has become more intense as a result of this development. The Houthis however, has vowed that these actions would not go unpunished. In a stern and resolute videotaped address, Brigadier General Yahya Saree delivered a powerful statement condemning what he termed as “criminal aggression” against the Yemeni people. The announcement, filled with determination and a sense of responsibility, was made in response to actions allegedly carried out by the American and British forces. Brig. General Yahya Saree left no room for ambiguity as he squarely placed the blame on the “American and British enemy,” holding them fully accountable for the aggression against the Yemeni population. Brigadier General Yahya Saree, in his detailed address, provided alarming specifics regarding the extent of the alleged aggression, describing a total of 73 strikes that reportedly targeted five different regions of Yemen under Houthi control. However, he did not divulge specific details regarding the targets of the strikes, leaving the international community and the public in the dark about the precise nature of the operations conducted by the U.S. and Britain in Yemen. As tensions rise, stay tuned as we delve into the implications of these US led attacks.
Credit to : Geopolitics TV