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Yemeni armed forces hit Israelis deep inside occupied Palestine

Spokesman of Yemen’s armed forces Brigadier General Yahya Saree

Yemen’s Ansarullah movement says it has hit targets deep inside the Israeli-occupied Palestine as part of its operations to support the people of Gaza.

Spokesman of Yemen’s armed forces Brigadier General Yahya Saree said on Saturday several drones had been used to hit various Israeli targets over the past few hours.

Saree said attacks on Israel will continue until the regime stops its aggression on Gaza.

Also recently, Yemeni forces fired missiles on targets in Um Rush Rush region south of the occupied Palestinian territories.

The Yemenis have declared their open support for Palestine’s struggle against the Israeli occupation since the regime launched a relentless military campaign against Gaza in early October.

The Ansarullah, which controls much of the Yemeni territory, has also launched attacks on ships linked to Israel sailing off the Yemeni ports. On November 19, the group boarded and seized a ship believed to be linked to the regime in Tel Aviv.

That caused some shipping companies with interests in the occupied Palestine to reroute their vessels and take longer journeys around Africa to avoid attacks by the Yemenis.

Strikes on Israel are part of a larger regional resistance campaign aimed at forcing the regime and its supporters to end the ongoing aggression on Gaza.

Resistance groups in Iraq have launched dozens of attacks on US military personnel in Iraq and Syria to force Washington to withdraw its support from Israel’s indiscriminate killing of the Palestinians.

More than 17,400 people have been killed in Gaza since the regime launched its attacks on October 7, the day when the Palestinian resistance group Hamas carried out Operation Al-Aqsa Storm against the Israelis.

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