In the face of the Zionist entity's insistence on continuing its genocidal massacres and the US support for the continuation of these massacres, Yemen entered the confrontation and began targeting the occupied Palestinian territories with ballistic missiles and drones.
The US Ministry of Defense, the Pentagon, acknowledged on October 10th that there was a Yemeni attack on the Zionist entity from Yemen, stating that an American ship intercepted a number of missiles and drones over the Red Sea.
On October 27th, the Israeli media acknowledged that the Zionist entity had been targeted by a missile attack from Yemen.
On October 31st, spokesman for the Sanaa forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, announced that the Yemeni armed forces had launched a large batch of ballistic and winged missiles, as well as a large number of drones, at various targets of the Zionist enemy in the occupied territories. He explained that this is the third operation in support of the Palestinian people, and confirmed that the Yemeni armed forces will continue to carry out more qualitative strikes with missiles and drones until the Zionist aggression on Gaza stops.
In conjunction with Brigadier General Saree's announcement, the Israeli occupation army announced the interception of a missile near Eilat coming from the Red Sea. This was preceded by the announcement of an "enemy drone penetration" that led to the sounding of alarms in the resort city of Eilat overlooking the Red Sea.
Although the Israeli occupation army confirmed intercepting missiles and drones coming from Yemen, many videos posted on social media showed missiles and drones falling inside the occupied territories. This confirms that a number of missiles and drones have reached their targets inside the occupied territories.
Although the Israeli occupation army announced that it is discussing with the American side how to respond to the attack from Yemen, at the same time, it tried to downplay the impact of these attacks, claiming that Eilat is well-fortified enough to intercept missiles and drones. Israeli army spokesman "Daniel Hagar" said in a press conference last night that Yemen is challenging the Israeli occupation army, but its current focus is on Gaza.
This confirms the lack of options for the Zionist entity to respond to the launch of missiles and drones from Yemen, especially since the Israeli army spokesman did not provide a clear answer when asked by journalists about the nature of the response.
In light of the Israeli occupation army's attempt to downplay the impact of Yemeni missiles and drones, observers assert that Yemen's entry into the battle will have a significant impact on the course of the battle in Gaza, especially since the axis of resistance has confirmed that all options are open and that it will not allow the Israeli occupation army to monopolize the Palestinian resistance in the Gaza Strip.
#Aggression #GazaGenocide 23-11-08
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