Yemen joining in battle keeps 'Israel' on its toes
Israeli expert Yoni Ben-Menachem alleges that "Israel" can deal with the threat of a multi-front war, however, it requires the help of the United States.
Israeli strategic affairs expert Yoni Ben-Menachem said, in a post on X, that Yemen has joined in the battle against "Israel" after it launched cruise missiles and attack drones toward occupied territories, which were intercepted by the US Navy.
החות'ים בתימן הצטרפו למערכה נגד ישראל וניסו לתקוף אותה בטילי שיוט ובמל"טים שיורטו על ידי הצי האמריקני.מדובר בשלב חדש ומסוכן ופתיחת חזית חדשה נגד ישראל, היא יכולה להתמודד עמו אך תיאלץ להיעזר גם בארה"ב https://t.co/Fl9TGQExTT— יוני בן מנחם yoni ben menachem (@yonibmen) October 26, 2023
Furthermore, the Israeli expert said the next stage is a dangerous one as several fronts of confrontation will be opened. He then said that "Israel" can deal with these fronts, however, such a task requires help from the United States.
Earlier on Saturday, the USS Carney positioned in the Red Sea at the time, intercepted four cruise missiles and 15 drones reportedly launched from Sanaa toward occupied Palestinian territories.
Later, a report by The Wall Street Journal revealed that the attack was much larger than reported by the US Department of Defense.
Israeli media reported that the payloads carried by the long-range missiles and drones amounted to 1.6 tons and targeted the occupation city of "Eilat".
It was also revealed that Saudi Arabia had to take down at least one of the cruise missiles, as the Carney fought for more than 9 hours, according to a US official as quoted by CNN.
Sanaa is just one of many fronts
"Israel" faces a reality in which its the ground invasion of Gaza would unleash a flurry of missiles, rockets, and drones that can overload its air security systems and damage strategic infrastructure.
Yemen's Ansar Allah is just one of the many factions that can confront the Israeli occupation and has vowed to do so amid ongoing Israeli atrocities in Gaza. The Islamic Resistance in Iraq is already playing an active role in Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, firing rockets and launching attack drones toward US military bases in Iraq and northeastern Syria.
Hezbollah and other Resistance factions continue to engage occupation forces on what "Israel" designates as the northern front. Although confrontations are limited within established rules of engagement, Hezbollah has the ability to target numerous bases and facilities that would send "Israel" back to the stone age, as stated by Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.
Analysts believe that the occupation continues to delay its invasion of the Gaza Strip fearing the realization of a multi-front war, which "Israel" is not equipped to deal with.
Instead, the occupation's military continues to suffer losses at each attempted incursion on the Gaza Strip, including two armored bulldozers and a tank, which were destroyed by al-Qassam Brigades near the separation fence, east of Khan Yunis.
More recently, the Brigades announced that they targeted and hit an Israeli military helicopter, using a Strela-2 shoulder-launched surface-to-air missile in a location to the east of Bureij, in the center of the Gaza Strip.