Sanaa: "Israel" Launched Attacks in Yemen, Details Yet to be Revealed
Yemeni Defense Ministry official Brigadier General Abdullah bin Amer reveals that the Israelis have increased their activities in Yemen over the past few decades.
Deputy Director of the Yemeni Defense Ministry's Moral Guidance Department, Brigadier General Abdullah bin Amer, revealed that "Israel" has launched attacks against Yemen and regional waters, the details of which have yet to be revealed.
On Tuesday, Yemen's SABA news agency reported bin Amer as saying that Tel Aviv sees in Yemen a great danger to its hegemony over the Red Sea region, adding that the Israelis have increased their activity in Yemen throughout the past decades, before mentioning that some documents reveal clandestine communications between Sanaa and Tel Aviv in 2004.
He stated that the Israeli enemy does not want a free and independent Yemen, and sees the existence of a strong Yemeni state as a great threat to its hegemony over the south Red Sea region.
Israeli concern of developments in Yemen
Regarding the status quo, ben Amer revealed that "Israel" is concerned over the recent developments in Yemen, which confirms that the Yemeni people are close to achieving victory, independence, and freedom.
He also asserted that the Yemeni people have the right to be aware of the developments and happenings that have been concealed from them, thus allowing the Yemenis to understand the truth behind the current events.
Sanaa believes that "Israel's" growing concern of Marib's liberation is indicative of the "decay party" (in a jab to the al-Islah party; Islah meaning reform) fighting this battle in their stead.
Marib could turn the tide of the region
Israeli media has also reported on the developments in Yemen, with the Jerusalem Post writing that Iran and Saudi Arabia are looking closely at the battle of Marib as it comes to a turning and decisive point, stressing that "Israel" sees the arc of threats that would stretch from Yemen to Iran, Syria and Lebanon as a cause for "serious concern."
Since the beginning of the war on Yemen, hundreds of reports have been published in the Israeli press and think tanks regarding the threats Yemen poses, especially considering the tide of battle turning in favor of the Ansarullah and the Yemeni army over the past few years, their ballistic missile capabilities, and their drones attacks that were able to strike critical targets hundreds of kilometers away.