Iranian weapons in the possession of Houthis’ dead in Nahham

Iranian weapons in the possession of Houthis' dead in Nahham

On Monday, Yemeni army forces found Iranian weapons in the possession of the Houthi militia, in the Nahham front, east of the capital, Sanaa.

In detail, the media center of the Yemeni Armed Forces released a video clip of a type of Iranian weapon found in the possession of the Houthi dead in the Naham front.

The Yemeni army spokesman, Brigadier General Abdo Majali, confirmed the Iranian regime’s continued involvement in smuggling weapons and missiles to the Houthi coup militias in Yemen.

He also clarified in a press statement that the smuggling of weapons and missiles that the Iranian regime sends to the Houthi militias takes place through the ports of Hodeidah, Al-Salif and Ras Issa, on the Red Sea coast.

He pointed to the presence of an open area that is smuggled by boat from international waters, and then transports weapons and missiles to the Houthi-controlled areas, and sometimes smuggling is in the form of separate pieces, and then re-installed by Iranian experts, whether in Sana’a or Saada, as he put it.

A Yemeni army spokesman recalled that the US Navy recently seized an arms shipment, which included dozens of modern Iranian missiles that were en route to the Houthis, via a boat in the Arabian Sea.

It is noteworthy that the US Department of Defense spokesman, William Urban, had announced last February that the United States intercepted an arms shipment last November identical to that used in the attack on Aramco.

He explained that the Iranian ship, which was transporting weapons to the Houthis and was being detained, was carrying Iranian Cornet missiles.

After the Pentagon announcement, the legitimate Yemeni government called on the international community and the UN Security Council to impose deterrent sanctions on Tehran and exert sufficient pressure to stop arms smuggling and experts of the Houthi militia.

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Hezbollah and Iran experts were killed in recent battles in Yemen

Houthis militia attack in the Khub district thwarted

Yemeni Minister of Information, Muammar Al-Iryani, announced that hundreds of dead Houthi militia, including military leaders and experts from Hezbollah and Iran, were killed during the recent battles on the Naham, Sarwah, Al-Jawf and Al-Bayda fronts.

He pointed out that these battles are still raging and the militia is concealing its true losses.

Al-Iryani described the battle with what he called “the Persian project and its mercenaries from the Houthi militia,” as a “decisive battle and a fateful outcome with God willing, will be victory,” according to what the official Yemeni News Agency report.

He added that “the Houthi militia continues to push its elements into death burners and that do not care about their lives, and convince their families that they are achieving great victories while sacrificing them in losing patriotic adventures and battles to present Yemen on a plate to Iran, which will not be permitted by the Yemenis.”

The Yemeni Minister of Information stated that the Houthi militias did not offer the Yemenis, even those who were deceived, nothing but death, ruin, destruction, hunger, poverty and disease.

He pointed out that the National Army, with the support of the Alliance for Support of Legitimacy led by brothers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, was a line of heroic epics and fought face-to-face battles with the mercenaries of Iran on the fronts of Nahham, Sarwah, Al-Jawf, and Al-Bayda. Stressing that the militia incurred hundreds of dead, including military leaders and experts from Hezbollah and Iran, the battles are still raging, and the militia is concealing its true losses.

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The Iranian- Houthi arrangements for a military operation in the Red Sea

Military members in the Red sea

A senior security source in Al-Hodeidah Governorate, western Yemen, has revealed arrangements being made by officers of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard to carry out a major military operation in the Red Sea.

The source, said that the Iranian officers have been visiting for the city of July 7, east of Hodeidah, within days of this process, which requires arrangements  that the Houthis will adopt later.

The source suggested that the battleships and tankers in the Red Sea off the Yemeni coast would be the target of this operation.

The US government had revealed a senior leadership presence in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in Yemen, whose name is Abdul-Ridha Shalahi, and offered a financial reward of $ 15 million, for those who provide information to reach him.

The French magazine Intelligence Online, specialized in intelligence affairs, published new information about the leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, and said that he was in Sana’a at the head of a force to provide support to the Houthi militia, the Iranian arm in Yemen.

According to the sources of the intelligence magazine, General Reza Shalahi, the son of the Iranian city of Shiraz, is in Yemen at the head of a force counting about 400 fighters of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, reinforced by experts from Hezbollah who were sent from Lebanon. It is noteworthy that the US envoy to Iran, Brian Hook, announced in conjunction with the disclosure of the presence of “Shalahi” in Sanaa, that the American forces in the Arabian Sea seized a dangerous Iranian shipment of weapons on its way to the Houthis.

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Houthi militia curbs peace in Yemen for Iran

Houthi fighters from Yemen

The Houthi rebels are moving politically and militarily reversing the trend of peace in Yemen that has recently gained unprecedented momentum, a phenomenon that shows the direct reflection of their close association with the Iranian agenda, which is not the best path to solving conflicts peacefully and reducing tensions in the region.

Despite the financial and military fatigue of the rebel group and its definite need for peace, it appears forced to continue the war under pressure from Tehran.

The Houthi militia preceded the visit of UN Secretary-General’s Representative in Yemen, Martin Griffiths, on Sunday to the capital Sanaa under its control, with a barrage of rockets and a squadron of drones heading towards the west coast of Yemen.

There were strong signs of a peaceful solution

In Yemen, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman said last week that the kingdom was seeking a political settlement in Yemen and hoped the Riyadh agreement would open the door to broader peace talks, referring to a recent Saudi-sponsored agreement between the Southern Transitional Council and the government of President Abd Rabbo.

Griffith told the UN Security Council last Friday during his briefing on the situation in Yemen that there had been a significant reduction in the intensity of fighting in the country, up to 80 percent compared to what was previously.

In order to perpetuate the tension, they launched a rocket attack on the city of al-Mukha in western Yemen.

On Sunday, the Yemeni government condemned the Houthi group’s targeting of the government team’s residence in the Hudaydah Redeployment Coordination Committee.

Al-Iryani: Sanaa will soon join the revolution against iran

Houthi violation

Yemeni Information Minister Muammar al-Iryani said that the capital Sana’a and the rest of the areas controlled by the Houthi militias will not be immune from the rebellions in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon.

The Yemeni Minister of Information tweeted on his page on Sunday evening, that the popular protests that swept the Iranian provinces after the uprisings of Iraq and Lebanon confirm the impasse suffered by the Iranian regime and the fall of his plans to dominate the region.

He stressed that this is an inevitable result of the failed policies adopted by the Iranian regime .

Al-Iryani pointed out that Yemen will not be immune from the rebellions of the popular uprising in the region

Al-Iryani pointed out that Yemen will not be immune from the rebellions of the popular uprising in the region, centered on confronting Iranian policies that have produced failure internally, chaos and terrorism externally.

He added: “The Yemeni people in the capital Sanaa and the rest of the areas controlled by the # houthismilitia will not remain inactive and will soon join this uprising.”Protests have escalated dramatically in Iran’s cities over the government’s resort to higher fuel prices.

Although protests erupted over fuel prices, the demonstrators chanted slogans condemning Iran’s interventions in Iraq and Lebanon and spending money on neighboring countries to createconomic crises.

Protesters burned statues and pictures of Khomeini and other symbols of the regime, attacked government and Revolutionary Guards headquarters and burned banks and several municipalities.

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Iranian turns Hodeidah into a Houthi terror center

Iranian turns Hodeidah into a Houthi terror center

The governor of Yemen’s Hodeidah, Dr. Hassan Taher, has revealed that Iranian experts, who run Houthi militia operations, have turned Hodeida into a center for terrorist operations targeting regional waters, as well as smuggling weapons and drugs.

In a press statement the governor of Hodeidah said that “the battle inside Yemen is being managed from Hodeidah, after the mullahs experts moved the center of operations from Saada and Sanaa there since the signing of the Stockholm agreement, which the militias refuse to implement.”

The governor added that the Iranians and Houthis are exploiting the northern coasts of Hodeidah, represented by the coasts of Al-Duha, Al-Beard and Zaidi, in smuggling operations, pointing out that fishing ports have become smuggling centers for weapons and drugs.

He pointed out that the militias used medium naval boats led by Yemeni sailors and flying the flag of an African country to introduce a fertilizer shipment containing 46% of urea used in the manufacture of mines and explosives, it was coming from Iran on its way to the Houthis north of Hodeidah

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Iran-backed Houthi leader threatens Israel: “Yemeni people will not hesitate to declare jihad to Israel”

Iran-backed Houthi leader threatens Israel: "Yemeni people will not hesitate to declare jihad to Israel"

Houthi leader in Yemen, Abd al-Malek al-Houthi, delivered a speech on Saturday in the media affiliated with the pro-Iranian militia. The speech was broadcast on the occasion of maWeld a-Nabi, the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad, and Al-Houthi also used it to threaten Israel, mainly in the light of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s comments on the missile. launched by Iran from Yemen.

Al-Houthi spoke directly to Netanyahu, citing “repeated statements by Zionist war criminals, led by the criminal Jew Netanyahu, who described Yemen as a threat to Israel and is trying to link it to Iran. “.

In this regard, he said: “We stress that our hostile position as an entity is a fundamental position, human and committed, according to religion,” said Al-Houthi, adding that “the Yemeni people will not hesitate not to declare jihad against Israel “. It is in case Israel does a “stupid act” in Yemen.

Al-Houthi said that the Yemeni people would never withdraw from their position on matters relating to the Islamic nation and at the center of the Palestinian question, referring to Israel as the enemy of Islam and opposition to Americans.

Regarding the protests in Iraq and Lebanon, the leader of the Yemeni militia said: “The Arab people must exercise caution and cooperate to resolvetheir problems, so that no enemy like Iraq and Lebanon will declare itself. “

The Houthi leader also said that “the United States and Israel are satisfied with what is happening in Lebanon, which reveals their position and their role in these events”.

Iran has recently learned that it has launched accurate missiles capable of hitting Israel. The missiles would be able to hit targets in Israel with a range of accuracy of 5 to 10 meters.

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US accuses Iran of being responsible for the attack on “Aramco”

US accuses Iran of being responsible for the attack on "Aramco"

US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry accused on Monday Iran of involvement in the attack on Saudi oil facilities, stressing that the attack on Aramco facilities targeted and distabilised the economy and the global energy market.

Perry condemned what he called “Iran’s attack on Saudi Arabia” in his address to the General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna and  he added  : ” This behavior is unacceptable,” adding that Iran “bears responsibility for this act.”

He noted that President Donald Trump has allowed the release of strategic oil reserves in case the United States needs them, and that “his department is ready” to implement this if necessary and he added :”Despite Iran’s malicious endeavors, we are confident in the market’s ability to recover,”.

US envoy Brian Hawk:The world must confront Iran ‘s Greater Strategy in Yemen!


US Special Envoy to Iran Brian Hawk warned of the dangers of Iranian expansion in the region, noting that Iran is seeking to reproduce the Lebanese experience in Yemen.

Hawk stressed that Iran should be prevented from consolidating its influence in Yemen, in parallel with restricting Iranian expansion in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq.

“The world must face Iran’s ambitions, otherwise the Iranian crescent will become a full moon,” Hawk said in an article in the Wall Street Journal.

The US warning comes to warn of the dangers of Iranian cross-border influence extending from Lebanon, Syria and Iraq to Yemen.

Hawk talked about the major game played by Tehran in Yemen, the “Lebanonization” of the country, ie the reproduction of the Lebanese experience.

Hawk proceeded from Iran’s support for the Hezbollah militia in Lebanon to explain his point of view. It began with the support of militant sectarian groups in the early 1980s, the most violent of which was later combined into a single organization called Hezbollah.

Thanks to Iran’s financially and militarily generous support, the party became a state within the state and served as Iran’s gateway to expand its influence in Lebanon.

The same game is played by Tehran today in Yemen, according to the US official: “Here, the Iranians had the upper hand in the outbreak of war they incited  the coup of Houthi militia.

In Hook’s view, Iran is using Yemen today to strengthen its regional standing. What is more dangerous is that it is using its alliance with the Houthis to threaten the arrival of a quarter of the world’s oil supplies by controlling the Straits of Bab al-Mandab and Hormuz.

Hawk, who has criticized his country’s poor media coverage of Iran’s role in prolonging the tragic conflict in Yemen, has come to the obvious conclusion: “Preventing Iran from establishing itself in Yemen is a necessity.”

The oath of loyalty.. Houthi ploy to please Iran


Yemeni sources revealed the pressure of pro-Iranian Houthi militias on professors and principals  of educational institutions, in order to chant the so-called the oath of loyalty

The sources pointed out that the the oath of loyalty, which the militias want to chant, instead of the national anthem, devotes sectarianism and glorifies the symbols of the pro-Iranian group.

the crimes of the Houthi militias do not stop in their military practices and killings  on the ground, but go beyond them to schools, where they work to turn the classrooms into battlefields of another kind, manipulation future generations and seeding hate intolerance and extremism .

The Yemeni sources pointed out that the Houthi militias have been holding intensive meetings since days in their areas of control, in preparation for the new school year.

The sources stressed that school principals and teachers are under great pressure and threatening from those militias, to oblige students to chant the so-called oath of loyalty  in the morning queues, instead of the national anthem, an oath that  owes allegiance to the leaders of the Houthi militias and devotes sectarianism

This practice has already been launched by those militias in the province of Saada, and they are trying now to generalize it to areas under their control. But the Houthi crimes against Yemeni students did not stop there, as educational sources confirmed that the Houthi militias made more than 200 amendments to the school curriculum, a move approved without reference to the curriculum committee