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  Despite Its Failure, UK Deploys Warship to Red Sea in Attempt to Break Yemen Blockade of Israeli Shipping

News - World: The British Ministry of Defense announced on Monday the deployment of the Royal Navy warship "HMS Duncan" in the Red Sea, in a new attempt to break Yemen’s ban on Zionist navigation.

According to the UK government website, it has moved from the city of Portsmouth in southern England to replace the destroyer of the 45th class ship HMS Diamond, which has been in the Red Sea since before Christmas.

London claimed that HMS Duncan is an ideal replacement for Diamond - armed with the same Sea Viper missile system and equipped with the same radar systems, capable of accurately detecting distant threats, claiming that 200 men and women will work on the ship, and have successfully completed trials and training last week in preparation for deployment.

It pointed out that the HMS Duncan ship spent five months leading the NATO's main task group in the Mediterranean Sea last year, until handing over the main tasks to the Italian Navy in December.

America and Britain share what they call the "Prosperity Alliance" to protect Zionist navigation and attempt to break the Yemeni blockade on Israeli-bound ships in the Red Sea.

Despite Sanaa's confirmation that its operations are a response to the genocide war and the brutal siege the Palestinian people are subjected to in Gaza, and its confirmation that the continuation of its operations is conditional on the cessation of aggression and the lifting of the siege on Gaza, Washington and London have resorted to their military force in an attempt to break the Yemeni blockade.

Since its formation, the coalition has launched several attacks on Yemen territory, and the two countries have violated the safe passage off the Yemeni coast, which prompted the response of the Yemeni Armed Forces and the inclusion of British and American ships on the blockade list.

Sanaa launched its response to this coalition on January 10, 2024, with a joint operation by the naval forces, the Rocketry Force and drone of the Yemeni Armed Forces, targeting an American ship that was providing support to the Zionist entity, with a large number of ballistic, naval and drone missiles. The operation came as an initial response to the treacherous attack that the Yemeni naval forces were exposed to by the US enemy forces on December 31, 2024, to be followed by dozens of other Yemeni response operations.

After months of forming their alliance to confront Yemen, America and Britain found that the outcome of their operation and the hundreds of millions of dollars they spent was zero. No Israeli ships crossed the Arab seas, and the two countries were unable to protect their ships by military force. The economic effects of the Yemeni operations have reached the pockets of the citizens of the two countries.

In his weekly speech on May 16, 2024, regarding the latest developments in the battle of Al-Aqsa Storm and the Zionist aggression on Gaza, the Leader of the Revolution, Sayyed Abdulmalik Al-Houthi, announced that the total operations targeting American ships in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden amounted to more than 100 missile and drone attacks, explaining that the Americans, Israelis, and British are seeking to change their course in the Indian Ocean by moving eastward.

Since Yemen imposed a ban on Zionist ships in solidarity with the Palestinian people, and began implementing its operations on November 19, 2023, until May 27, 2024, the Yemeni Armed Forces revealed dozens of naval operations in which they targeted 20 ships owned by the temporary Zionist entity, more than 14 ships heading to the occupied Palestinian ports, and more than a British ship, as well as dozens of American ships, destroyers, and frigates.

It appears that the British, by sending the battleship "Duncan," have not learned the lesson, as they continue in their futile attempt to break the Yemen blockade with the same previous tools, even if their names have changed. As they failed before, and the theater of operations did not go beyond the Red and Arab Seas, how will they be able to do so now, and the operations of the Yemeni armed forces have reached the Indian Ocean to the south and the Mediterranean Sea to the north, with a theater of operations covering thousands of kilometers, according to observers.

 

The targeted British ships
Since Britain's involvement in the aggression against Yemen alongside the United States, British ships have become a target for the Yemeni Armed Forces. Sanaa has announced ten targeting operations against ships, including the sinking of the famous "Rubymar" ship. The following is a summary of the announced Yemeni operations:

- On January 27, 2024, the Yemeni Armed Forces announced the execution of an operation to target a British oil tanker named (MARLIN LUANDA) with appropriate naval missiles in the Gulf of Aden, resulting in a direct hit and causing it to catch fire.

- On February 1, 2024, the Yemeni Naval Forces targeted a British commercial ship in the Red Sea that was heading to the occupied Palestinian ports, using appropriate naval missiles.

- On February 6, 2024, the Yemeni Naval Forces carried out a military operation targeting the British ship (Morning Tide).

- On February 15, 2024, the Yemeni Armed Forces announced the targeting of a British ship named "LYCAVITOS" in the Gulf of Aden with appropriate naval missiles, confirming a direct hit.

- On February 16, 2024, the Yemeni Armed Forces announced the targeting of the British oil tanker "POLLUX" in the Red Sea with appropriate naval missiles, confirming that the hit was accurate and direct.

- On February 19, 2024, the Yemeni naval forces targeted a British vessel, "Rubymar", in the Gulf of Aden with suitable naval missiles, achieving a direct hit and causing the sinking of the ship.

- On February 22, 2024, the naval forces of the Yemeni Armed Forces carried out a targeting operation against a British ship (ISLANDER) in the Gulf of Aden, using a number of suitable naval missiles. It was directly hit, leading to a fire on board.

- On March 26, 2024, the naval forces and missile forces announced the implementation of four joint operations, including the targeting of the British ship (HUANG PU) in the Red Sea.

- On April 7, 2024, the naval forces carried out a targeting operation against the British ship (HOPE ISLAND) in the Red Sea, using a number of suitable naval missiles, and the hit was direct.

- On April 27, 2024, the naval forces targeted the British oil tanker (ANDROMEDA STAR) in the Red Sea with suitable naval missiles and achieved a direct hit.

Overall, the commitment of America and Britain to protecting the navigation of the enemy entity is met by the Yemeni commitment to supporting the Palestinian people and lifting the injustice upon them. It appears that the winds are blowing as Yemen desires, and are storming the ships of the "Prosperity" alliance. Before the rest of the ships sink, the European countries that withdrew should learn from this and prefer peace with Yemen.

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