Read about the Iran-backed terror group, which has now been removed from America’s terror list. In the Houthis, Iran is building another massive terror army in Yemen. Just as they did in Lebanon with Hezbollah. Check out the Houthis’ new propaganda video below.
In the Houthis, Iran is building a Hezbollah clone in Yemen. This Houthi video was likely produced w/aid from Hezbollah’s propagandists. It shows UAV’s, ballistic missiles, rockets, sniper rifles and more. Who supplied them? Yemen has no arms industry. pic.twitter.com/6yyK0rTfoB
— Mike (@Doranimated) March 12, 2021
Yemen’s Houthis Seek World Stage for Their Threats
By The Middle East Forum, March 14, 2021
Several years ago, if someone had not heard of the Houthi rebels in Yemen, it would not have been a major surprise. The idea that the US might one day be sending a team to negotiate with them would have appeared ludicrous.
At the time, beginning in 2015, a Saudi-led intervention in Yemen was supposed to push back the rag-tag fighters by using the best Western military equipment.
Today, that has all changed. With Iranian technology and support, the Houthis are raining down ballistic missiles and kamikaze drones on Saudi Arabia almost every day.
The new US Biden administration sought to take the group off a terrorist list which the Trump administration had tacked them onto during its last days in office.
But the Houthis took the signal as evidence that they had Washington’s ear. Push a little bit more on Saudi Arabia, they reasoned, and they might launch themselves to be one of the important forces in the region.
Iran has a habit of turning groups like the Houthis, Hezbollah and the Popular Mobilization Units in Iraq into terrorist armies that seem to sponge up most of the country around them. Hezbollah now has a state attached to it which is called Lebanon. The Houthis seem to have a smaller state attached to them which is called Yemen. And in Iraq the likes of Hadi al-Amiri and the Badr Organization seem to have sponged up much of what is known as “Iraq” – which Iran increasingly sees as its near abroad.
The Houthi quest for regional power can be seen in how Iran’s state media boost them.
“Yemeni ballistic missiles haunt Saudi Arabia, senior Ansarullah official says,” according to Iran’s Press TV. According to Tasnim News Agency in Iran, “Mohammad Abdul Salam,” the spokesman of the Yemeni Ansarullah movement – which is the Houthis – tweeted the question: “Why don’t the Americans send practical messages of peace instead of sending a threatening message [against the Yemeni people]?” …
“We tell the Americans that as long as you say you can send a message to the Houthis, then why not send practical peace messages instead of threatening messages,” Abdul Salam, who also chairs the Sanaa delegation to the Yemeni peace talks, told US officials this week.
Iran’s media and its regime are very good at reading US intentions. So are the Houthis, who apparently gain from Iran’s long years of diplomatic intelligence work.
“The Pentagon has confirmed that US President Joe Biden has set new rules on how the US military and intelligence services can conduct drone strikes and commando raids in foreign lands, restoring the kind of control over the decision-making process that former president Donald Trump scrapped,” Press News said.
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