Ansar Allah stronger, threaten 'Israel' - Israeli media
Israeli media comments on Operation Break Siege III on Saudi soil, underlining that Ansar Allah turned from a local organization to a "regional threat".
The Yemeni Ansar Allah turned from a local organization into a "threat for the region and to all of those that attack them, and to the adversaries of the Iranian axis in general," Israeli media claimed on Saturday in light of the latest retaliatory acts from the Sanaa government forces.
Israeli Channel 12 Arab affairs correspondent Yaron Schneider stressed Saturday Ansar Allah had "carried out yesterday one of the biggest attacks on Saudi oil facilities."
At the same time, Schneider said in light of the growing Yemeni threats against the Gulf States, "cooperation with Israel is growing closer, and the summit that will take place tomorrow will be evidence of that."
Ansar Allah "increased the frequency of their attacks on Saudi Arabia, seven years after Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) declared the war that did not succeed in destroying them," the Israeli journalist underlined, explaining that they grew stronger and expanded the range of their threats, and today, the Israeli occupation is within that range.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE have understood that Ansar Allah have come to know their weaknesses, and they are attacking them without hesitation, he added, and the two Gulf states are now "looking for a response to this threat."
"Saudi Arabia and the UAE are also disappointed by the US response about helping them on this issue, and they are looking for help," Schneider revealed.
"The Gulf States are closely following the Israeli security industry, and they are the focal point of the latest meetings between Israel and these state," Schneider said ahead of an Israeli-Gulf summit, also adding that what will happen in "Israel" on Sunday is joint cooperation with "neighboring countries" to confront "regional security threats".
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett had also commented on Yemen's Operation Break Siege III, describing it as evidence that the "regional Iranian aggression knows no borders, and it is increasing concerns over the removal of the IRGC from the list of terrorist organizations."
The Yemeni Armed Forces had launched Operation Break Siege III in response to the continuation of the unjust siege, and it was conducted using batches of ballistic and winged missiles and drones.
Special sources told Al Mayadeen Operation Break Siege III is one of the fiercest operations by the Yemeni Armed Forces against Saudi Arabia.
The sources said that, according to intelligence given to them, Aramco facilities in Jeddah were completely burnt, resulting in an unprecedented outbreak of fires.
In the same context, military sources also told Al Mayadeen that in the upcoming days, Sanaa would continue its strikes on vital Saudi sites if the siege on Yemen continues, adding that Sanaa is determined to destroy Aramco's vital facilities in Ras Tanura, Rabigh, and Jeddah.
fire on the Aramco oil facility #SaudiArabianGP pic.twitter.com/7Jqxv4Mpxd— Sir Lewis Updates (@LH44updates) March 25, 2022