Israel Says If World Doesn’t Organize to Defend Jews from Houthi Rebels, Then Israel Will

This is a point of contact for war with Iran.

It is really “THE” point of contact. It’s the most obvious point, other than Israel directly bombing Iran and then Iran attacking Americans in Iraq and Syria (with something more than rockets).

The Houthis are a point of contact that makes Iran look like the aggressor (although I don’t know if Israel cares about that at this point; it’s possible America does).


Israel is prepared to act against efforts by Houthi rebels in Yemen to disrupt shipping in the Red Sea if the international community fails to do so, Israeli National Security Adviser Tzachi Hanegbi said Saturday.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had spoken with US President Joe Biden as well as European leaders about Houthis targeting merchant ships with alleged Israeli links, Hanegbi told Israel’s Channel 12.

Israel is giving the world some time to organize in order to prevent this but if there isn’t to be a global arrangement, because it is a global issue, we will act in order to remove this naval siege,” Hanegbi said.

The Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen are a Shia political and military organization that have been fighting a civil war against a Saudi Arabia-backed coalition since 2014.

There has been an uptick in their maritime activities since Hamas’ attack on Israel on October 7.

Hanegbi also discussed developments on the ground in Gaza, saying that the US had not given Israel any deadline to complete military operations in the enclave.

They understand that they are not in a position to tell the IDF how long it needs in order to achieve the goals,” he said.

“The good thing is that they share the same goals… It is correct to assume that we cannot measure this in weeks and I’m not certain that it could be measured in months.”

Okay, well.

We have enough AI rat images at this point, I think.

…or do we?