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Mufti of Oman: The brutal aggression of the global arrogance against the struggling Yemeni people will not escape

By Manal Abdel Fattah

The Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman, Sheikh Ahmed Al-Khalili, said that the brutal aggression of the global arrogance against the struggling Yemeni people will not escape, and will not deter them from moving forward in championing the truth and supporting their fellow believers.

He added: May God protect the brotherly Yemen, a lofty citadel firmly established, unshaken by disturbances and unshaken by events.

The Arab Republic of Egypt, in a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, expressed its deep concern over the escalation of military operations in the Red Sea region and the air strikes that were directed to a number of areas within the Republic of Yemen, calling for the necessity of uniting international and regional efforts in order to reduce tension and instability in the region. The region, including the security of navigation in the Red Sea.

Egypt considered the dangerous and accelerating developments taking place in the southern Red Sea region and Yemen as a clear indication of what it had previously warned repeatedly about the dangers of expanding the conflict in the region as a result of the continued Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip, stressing the inevitability of a comprehensive ceasefire and ending the ongoing war against civilians. The Palestinians, to spare the region from further factors of instability, conflicts and threats to international peace and security.

The military spokesman for the Houthi group, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, said on Friday that American and British forces launched 73 raids on Yemen, killing 5 and wounding 6 other fighters from the group.

Sarie added, during a statement on the “X” platform (formerly Twitter), that the group will not hesitate to “target sources of threat and all hostile targets on land and sea in defense of Yemen, its sovereignty and independence.”

The group’s spokesman held America and Britain fully responsible for their “criminal aggression against our Yemeni people, and it will not go unanswered and unpunished,” stressing that the Yemeni armed forces will not hesitate to target sources of threat “and all hostile targets on land and at sea, in defense of Yemen, its sovereignty and independence.” .

During his statement, Saree stressed that “this brutal aggression will not dissuade Yemen from its position of support and support for the oppression of the Palestinian people,” saying that “the Yemeni armed forces confirm their continued prevention of Israeli ships or those heading to the ports of occupied Palestine from navigation in the Arab and Red Seas.”

The US Central Command (Centcom) announced, at dawn on Friday, directing joint US-British strikes against Houthi targets.

Centcom explained, in a post on the “X” platform (formerly Twitter), which it attached to a video of the launch of the fighters that carried out the attack, that the strikes targeted radar systems, air defense systems, storage sites, and launch pads for drones, cruise missiles, and ballistic missiles, according to the American “Al Hurra” channel website. .

The strikes were coordinated with Britain, and with support from Australia, Canada, the Netherlands and Bahrain, according to Centcom.

For its part, the US Air Force said that it launched strikes against “60 targets in 16 Houthi sites,” targeting command and control centers, ammunition stores, launching systems, manufacturing facilities, and air defense radar systems.

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