The awareness front is more important than the war front, and Yemen was victorious in the awareness front from the first round and by a knockout, and Yemen will be victorious over “the ruling Zionist gang in Washington and London” on the war front as well.
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— محمد البخيتي(Mohammed Al-Bukhaiti) (@M_N_Albukhaiti) January 14, 2024
The U.S. has bombed yet another Middle Eastern nation, this time the Houthis in Yemen.
Once again, this has nothing to do with the security of our country, and once again Congress has not declared war – which makes it blatantly unconstitutional.
It’s evident that we (and our… pic.twitter.com/I6432Wf3QD
— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) January 12, 2024
These Houthis seem like very serious people.
The Houthi militia threatened a “strong and effective response” after the United States carried out another strike in Yemen overnight, further ratcheting up tensions as Washington vowed to protect shipping from attacks by the Iran-aligned movement.
The strikes have added to concerns about the escalation of a conflict that has spread through the Middle East since the Palestinian militant group Hamas and Israel went to war, with Iran’s allies also entering the fray from Lebanon, Syria and Iraq.
President Joe Biden said the United States had sent a private message to Iran about the Houthi attacks. He did not elaborate, telling reporters, “We delivered it privately and we’re confident we’re well-prepared.”
The latest strike, which the U.S. said hit a radar site, came a day after dozens of American and British strikes on Houthi facilities in Yemen.
“This new strike will have a firm, strong and effective response,” Houthi spokesperson Nasruldeen Amer told Al Jazeera, adding there had been no injuries nor “material damages.”
Mohammed Abdulsalam, another Houthi spokesperson, told Reuters the strikes, including the one overnight that hit a military base in Sanaa, had no significant impact on the group’s ability to prevent Israel-affiliated vessels from passing through the Red Sea and Arabian Sea.
The Pentagon said on Friday the U.S.-British strikes had “good effects.”
Hans Grundberg, U.N. special envoy for Yemen, called on Saturday for maximum restraint by “all involved” and warned of an increasingly precarious situation in the region.
In Sanaa, government employee Mohammed Samei said the attacks were an act of “brutal aggression” and marked a new stage of a war Yemen has endured for 10 years.
Hussein Kabsi, a retired government employee, said supporting the Palestinians was a “religious and moral duty.”
“Our stance is unwavering, we will (continue) to stand with our brothers in Palestine and Gaza until victory and until all Palestinian land is liberated – not just Gaza,” he said.
On Friday, hundreds of thousands of people rallied in Sanaa, chanting slogans denouncing Israel and the United States, footage broadcast by the Houthis’ Al-Masirah TV showed.
Will it start WWIII?
It’s possible. But I think it will be limited to the Middle East, mostly.
No one knows, of course.
That’s the big surprise!
Millions of people in Yemen’s capital Sana’a chanting in unison:
“We do not care (3x): Make it a world war!” pic.twitter.com/PkCEvOdjMt
— روني الدنماركي (@Aldanmarki) January 12, 2024