With this announcement, forces in Sana'a have placed the Zionist entity between two options. The first is to redirect all Israeli vessels away from the Red Sea to alternative routes, including the Cape of Good Hope, which would incur significant losses for the Zionist entity. It may not bear these consequences, especially when added to the losses incurred by the economy due to the aggression on Gaza.
The second option is to engage in a naval war with Sana'a to protect their ships during their passage through the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait and the Red Sea. This latter option is worse for the Zionist entity, which is already engaged in a war in Gaza without making any noticeable progress. This comes amidst significant threats from the resistance axis factions in Lebanon and Iraq, with the potential alignment of these factions with Sana'a should the Zionist entity commit any folly in the Red Sea. Additionally, the possibility of regional powers entering this conflict remains.
Moreover, the Zionist entity considers the military capabilities of Sana'a, especially now that they possess an arsenal of advanced naval weapons capable of destroying any Zionist naval units or vessels that enter the Red Sea, including: Asaf boats with their types, Malah boats, various types of Toofan boats, Nadir boats, locally manufactured combat boats with exceptional speed and maneuverability, capable of carrying medium weapons and anti-aircraft defense (23mm cannon), with multiple combat missions including intercepting moving naval targets, ship boarding, and raiding islands.
Furthermore, Sana'a possesses a variety of naval missiles, such as the Sayyad cruise missile, which has a range of up to 800 kilometers, operates on solid and liquid fuel, distinguished by its high accuracy, undetectable by radars, and capable of being launched from any point in Yemeni territory to any point in the Arabian Sea, Red Sea, or Gulf of Aden.
Sana'a owns a winged cruise missile with a range of up to 180 kilometers, operates on solid and liquid fuel, with high precision and radar-undetectable capability. It can be launched from any point in Yemeni territory to any point in the Red Sea, with the ability to target both fixed and mobile targets. Moreover, there are various kinds of Mandeb and Falaq missiles.
Sana'a also possesses formidable naval mines including "Oweis, Mujahid, Karar, Aasif, Thaqib, and Masjoor," all highly destructive maritime mines.
Given these details, we can say that Sana'a's decision to ban the passage of Zionist ships in the Red Sea will serve as a significant pressure tool on the Zionist entity. This decision will lead to significant changes in the course of the Zionist entity's war on Gaza.
The Zionist entity cannot endure the implications of this decision, even if it appears indifferent to the ban currently. It will eventually have to yield, possibly conditioning the lifting of Sana'a's ban on the passage of Zionist ships in the Red Sea upon the required pressures from the Zionist entity to cease the aggression on Gaza.
Source: YPA, translated by Almasirah English website
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