Yemeni operations to continue until Palestine's victory: Al-Qahoum
The political bureau member of the Ansar Allah movement confirms to Al Mayadeen the continuation of Yemeni operations with drones and ballistic missiles with ranges of up to 2000 km.
The political bureau member of the Ansar Allah movement in Yemen, Ali al-Qahoum, pointed out on Monday that the capturing of the Israeli ship in the Red Sea by the Yemeni Armed Forces was part of "Yemen's declared participation in the Al-Aqsa Flood Battle."
Al-Qahoum confirmed to Al Mayadeen the continuation of the major Yemeni operations with drones and ballistic missiles with ranges of up to 2000 km, adding that the strikes target vital, economic, and military targets belonging to the Zionist entity and that these strikes have achieved their goals.
"Our major operations against the occupation entity will continue until victory for Palestine and Gaza, and the demise of Israel as a result of the expansion of operations," he stressed.
The Yemeni official concluded his statement by saying, "We will not stand idly by watching Zionist aggression against the Palestinian people and international and American collusion supporting the entity."
Earlier on Monday, the Yemeni military media published scenes of the Yemeni Armed Forces operation, showing how they captured the Israeli ship in the Red Sea. Both the Yemeni and Palestinian flags were later shown being raised on the ship.
The scenes of the operation debunked any attempts by the Israeli occupation entity to deny or cover up these losses.
On Sunday, the spokesperson for the Yemeni Armed Forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, announced that the Yemeni Naval Forces carried out a military operation in the Red Sea, resulting in the capture of an Israeli ship.
In a video statement, General Saree confirmed that the ship named Galaxy Leader was led to the Yemeni coast, emphasizing that this operation comes in support of Palestine's West Bank and Gaza.