She declared Houthi group In Yemen, today, Tuesday, a large batch of ballistic and winged missiles, and a large number of drones, were launched at various targets in Israel, while the occupation army announced the activation of… “Arrow-Hits” system Defensive for the long term, for the first time to block it.
Yahya Saree, the official spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces affiliated with the Houthis, said in a press statement today, “This operation is the third operation in support of our oppressed brothers in Palestine.”
He stressed that they will continue to “carry out more qualitative strikes with missiles and drones, until the Israeli aggression stops.”
Yahya pointed out that “the position of our Yemeni people towards the Palestinian issue is firm and principled, and the Palestinian people have the full right to self-defense and obtain their full rights,” noting that “what destabilizes the region and expands the circle of conflict is the enemy’s continued commitment of crimes and massacres against the people of Yemen.” Gaza strip And all of Palestine.”
Earlier today, the Israeli occupation army announced its use of the “Arrow” anti-ballistic missile system to intercept a surface-to-surface missile launched from the Red Sea.
The army said in a statement that the Air Force’s monitoring systems “followed the missile’s trajectory, and it was successfully intercepted at the most appropriate operational time and location.”
He said, “This is the first time since the beginning of the war that an operational interception has been carried out through the Hatz long-term defense system.”
The Israeli army also indicated that its aircraft were on alert this morning “after detecting an air threat in the Red Sea region, where they intercepted hostile targets flying in the region.”
He stressed that “all aerial threats outside Israeli territory were intercepted, and no infiltration into Israeli territory was detected.”
Israeli Army Radio had previously indicated that the source of the missile was most likely from the Houthi group in Yemen.
The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation reported that Israel is considering responding to the Houthis after launching missiles towards Eilat.
A few days ago, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused the Houthi group of launching missiles and drones that harmed Egyptian security forces, in the city of Taba on the border with Israel.
Last Friday, the Egyptian army announced that one of the “unidentified” marches had fallen near a building in Taba, wounding 6 people. Later the same day, two Egyptian security sources told Reuters that another object had fallen near a power station in Nuweiba. – which is located about 70 kilometers from the border – and they said that they are still collecting more information.
It is noteworthy that with the continued violent bombardment of the Gaza Strip for the 25th day in a row, the number of martyrs rose to 8,525, including 3,542 children and 2,187 women, in addition to about 22,000 injured.