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Unraveling American Hegemony Amid Yemen’s Threats in the Red Sea

World: In Yemen, the United States is transitioning from one failure to another and from one quagmire to another. From the Aramco strikes in March 2022 with missiles and drones from Sana'a to targeting the Al-Dabea port in October 2022.

 

The beginning was when reality imposed new facts on the occupation, with multiple poles from Washington to London, to Paris, to the Arab Emirates and the kinglets of the protectorates.

After Sana'a directed those strikes, the countdown to influence began, and Sana'a's stocks rose both domestically in Yemeni provinces under occupation and regionally and internationally. Voices that were once faint suddenly grew louder, perhaps Sana'a has raised the enthusiasm of the people of the occupied provinces who were frustrated under the oppression of the aggression coalition and the mercenary thieves. 

That’s why Sana'a ventured into two powerful tracks to restrain the leader of the Saudi aggression on Yemen and to stop the looting of Yemen’s oil through internal ports that were being used to finance the coalition militias and fund chaos and sabotage in Yemen.

After officially preventing the looting of Yemen's oil wealth and the Saudi Aramco events with widespread impact and implications, it became apparent that Saudi Arabia's oil and the world's reserve were within range of Yemeni missiles and drones, just as the Yemeni oil tap was within range of the effective Yemeni force's immediate impact.

With both events, Washington appeared in a helpless and confused position, as did the French and British panic after the closure of the Yemeni oil tap to foreign ships and the interests of the aggression coalition, and sending a warning message through Aramco to the wealth exploiters of the world.

These two events were a turning point in Yemen's confrontation with the aggression coalition and translated into further American failure, which sought balances that did not materialize as it wished.

Accumulation of Yemeni Strength

 

At that time, Yemen was rapidly accumulating strength in preparation for internal battles 
and external emergencies, while Washington was moving from one place to another frustrated, as the American assessment of Yemen's strength elements was characterized by a great deal of ignorance to become a real force as Washington looked at Yemeni capabilities with a kind of ridicule.

The "3nd Siege-breaking Operation" and the launch of the eighth year of resilience by targeting Aramco were a significant and impactful milestone, as was the Al-Dabea operation.

The Saudi Ministry of Energy came out to say it would not bear the consequences of targeting Aramco on the global oil market after Aramco fires disrupted the production process, although it was a limited operation, and with this painful operation for Saudi Arabia, Yemen moved to a new phase of curbing Saudi ambitions in Yemen.

Targeting the Al-Dabea oil port on the Arabian Sea, near Mukalla, the center of Hadramout province, eastern Yemen, meant that Sana'a was working to impose a new equation, especially since it deliberately targeted the Greek ship without causing harm to it or its crew, and took care not to damage the port's infrastructure or the nearby oil tanks, which were estimated to contain hundreds of thousands of barrels of crude oil. 

This was a clear indication that Sana'a had significant aerial capabilities, in addition to maritime reconnaissance capabilities and the ability to identify and destroy enemy targets deep in the Arabian Sea, not just along the coast. This was confirmed by the President of the Supreme Political Council in Sana'a, Mahdi Al-Mashat, in review in Hodeidah, when he said: "The Yemeni forces are capable of hitting any point in the sea, from anywhere in Yemen, not just from the coast."

Thus, the Al-Dabea operation came to express American failure and confirm the Yemeni role in its regional waters in the Arabian Sea, alongside its military operations in the Bab el-Mandeb Strait and the Red Sea, which were delayed for a while.

 

It was also a clear signal that Sana'a's capabilities now include targeting objectives on the eastern side of the regional waters, after it was believed that its naval capabilities were limited to the western side of the country, that is, in the Red Sea.

Messages to Confirm Presence

The Bab el-Mandeb Strait, as well as the competition on the shores and islands of Yemen, has always been one of the main causes of conflict in the region throughout history.

Today, Yemen represents one of the most important factors of conflict, especially considering the size of the international forces deployed to the region under the pretext of protecting the international navigation route in this passage, as well as the area of operations in the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea.

It is known that the Al-Dabea operation on the shores of the Arabian Sea came to break part of the hegemony and the aura of terror imposed by the American media following two simultaneous incidents. 

The first was what a source in the US Department of Defense revealed to Al Arabiya about the presence of a strategic American nuclear submarine of the "Ohio" class capable of launching intercontinental ballistic missiles in the Arabian Sea. It was equipped with 20 multiple-warhead ballistic missiles, and it is rare for the US military command to announce the locations of its nuclear submarines, especially those carrying ballistic missiles!

It was understood from the Pentagon's statement that the message of the submarine's presence in the Arabian Sea was not just for Iran alone but rather a confirmation of America's presence in the Middle East, where Russia seeks to forge new alliances with the Gulf decision-making center and oil capitals. 

This indicates that the American review aims to seek a strong alliance with the Gulf countries based on oil in exchange for the entrenched protection five decades ago and with Saudi Arabia since the 1933 agreement.

The commander of the US Fifth Fleet, based in Bahrain, stated that Washington would increase its focus on "ensuring maritime security and stability of navigation in the Red Sea, through the Bab el-Mandeb Strait and the Gulf of Aden," assuming the continuation of American dominance in Yemeni waters.

By the end of November 2022, the United States began to implement a military plan in eastern Yemen to deploy military warships off the Al-Dabea port, which Sana'a targeted as one of the most important oil export ports in Yemen. 

The American plan was presented during a televised meeting between governors of oil-producing provinces in Marib and Hadramout, alongside officials in the government of the aggression coalition, based on deploying warships that Washington leads equipped with aircraft jamming systems as part of an American plan to control the oil plateau in Yemen, specifically Hadramout, under the pretext of securing oil fields and facilities. It also includes the deployment of ground forces. 

Thus, Washington and its followers planned on the assumption that Sana'a, in American calculations, would not have a deterrent effect on American goals.

American Collapse in the Red Sea

With the outbreak of the Battle of the Storm of Al-Aqsa and Yemen's confrontation with the Americans in the Red Sea, American failure became increasingly apparent.

American hegemony collapsed along with the American naval doctrine, as well as Washington's alliances.

On April 24, The War Zone, affiliated with the Pentagon and American intelligence, spoke about the defeat of the European navy and the withdrawal of half of the ships from the Red Sea, including French, Danish, and finally German ships, the reasons for the withdrawal of which Sana'a kept secret for political calculations.

It was enough to cite what the German Ministry of Defense said through one of its leaders about the battles fought by the ship "Hessen" in the Red Sea that "this may be the most dangerous deployment of the German navy in years."

Similarly, what the captain of the French frigate said to the French newspaper Le Figaro about Yemeni forces showed what he called "unrestrained violence, as the French navy had not witnessed dealing with this level of armament for a long time, nor did it expect this level of threat."

And with the Danish Defense Minister's dismissal after the Danish warship participating in the coalition showed flaws in its air defense systems and ammunition, and the withdrawal of the French warship participating in the coalition from the Red Sea after exhausting its ammunition in the face of attacks by Yemeni forces, and then its commander's acknowledgment and description of the confrontations with the Yemeni navy by saying that "the intensity of the attacks that did not stop was extremely surprising."

According to Eurasia Review, "The United States failed to convince Yemenis as it failed to form an alliance against Yemen by militarizing the region and inviting Arab countries. Washington's allies in Europe and the Arab world did not welcome its invitation to participate. 

The alliance, which was supposed to include 42 countries, shrunk to 8 countries, and ended with successive defeats in Yemeni waters for six months, where the American implicit admission of defeat in the Red Sea, resorting to diplomacy, and surrendering to Sana'a. This comes after its victory over the American navy, and Washington's failure to defeat them despite the huge military capabilities disparity, signals the imminent collapse of American hegemony on the brink of significant steps.

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