New American-British aggression against Saada in northern Yemen


Reports from Yemeni media indicate a recent American-British aggression involving warplanes targeting the northern city of Saada.

  • Picture of the American-British aggression against Saada in northern Yemen on February 2nd, 2024. (Social media/X)

Warplanes conducted three airstrikes on the eastern part of the city of Saada in northern Yemen at dawn on Saturday, marking a new American-British aggression against Yemen.

The Russian Sputnik news agency cited a source in the local authority of Saada Governorate stating that American and British fighter jets carried out three airstrikes on the Kahlan camp, located east of the city of Saada. The source added that drones were seen hovering in the city’s sky before the aggression raids were launched.

The American-British aggression against Yemen follows the launch of seven airstrikes on the al-Jar area in the Abs district of the Hajjah Governorate on Friday, as reported by Al Mayadeen‘s correspondent.

The coastal city of Hodeidah on the Red Sea in western Yemen was subjected to multiple airstrikes at dawn on Thursday. American and British warplanes carried out the raids targeting various areas within the city.

It is worth noting that the spokesperson for the Yemeni Armed Forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, announced on Friday that the missile force launched several missiles at Israeli military locations in Umm al-Rashrash, south of occupied Palestine, with several missiles.

Saree explained that the operation was carried out in support of the Palestinian people being subjected to aggression and blockade until this very moment.

The YAF spokesperson went on to underline the continued commitment of the Yemeni Armed Forces to carrying out their religious, moral, and humanitarian duties toward the Palestinian people.

The operation is “in response to the calls of our free Yemeni people, and the calls of all free people, from the sons of our Arab and Islamic worlds,” he said.

This operation comes in parallel with the continued targeting of Israeli ships and those heading to the occupation ports by the Yemeni Armed Forces in the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea, and Bab al-Mandeb.

The US Central Command (CENTCOM) had earlier claimed that the destroyer shot down an anti-ship missile fired from Yemen toward the Red Sea and that no injuries or damage were reported



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