Thu. October 08, 2020 / Exclusive
There are methods and operations that only terrorist groups such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda can implement. The Arab coalition fighters thwarted a Houthi attack by means of a sea boat that had been booby-trapped to target the global shipping and trade movement in the Red Sea adjacent to the coasts of Al-Hudaydah Governorate, which is under the control of Iranian-backed militias.
The Arab coalition led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates announced the thwarting of a Houthi attack in the Red Sea, which the Houthi militia intended to carry out, as the boat that was booby-trapped and drove remotely near the summer port of Al-Hudaydah Governorate
Observers specializing in the affairs of extremist groups indicated that the operations carried out by the Houthi militia have become similar to the operations of ISIS and Al Qaeda and extremist organizations, in a clear reference to the connection and approach these armed groups ride.
The Houthi putschists are receiving support and training from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, which seeks to obstruct the movement of international navigation in the waterways along the Yemeni coast, including Al-Hudaydah Governorate, which is located along the Red Sea where ships and international interests pass.