Israel-Gaza War, Shipping
gCaptain: Red Sea Houthi blockade leaves companies shipping between Europe and Asia short of ships

The need to avoid the Red Sea and go around the African continent has greatly increased the number of ships needed - more than companies currently have.

Avi Woolf | 16.05.24

Israel-Gaza War, Shipping

Reuters: Maersk warns Red Sea disruptions could cut Europe-Asia shipping capacity by 20%

The shipping giant further believes that the disruptions caused by the Iran-backed Houthis will not end until the end of 2024.

Avi Woolf | 06.05.24


Report: This will be Israel's response to Iranian attack

American sources believe that Israel's response to the missile attack from Iran will be carried out against affiliates of the Revolutionary Guards outside the country.

JFeed Staff | 16.04.24

Iran Attack

New details on Iranian attack: US Navy shot down Iranian missiles

An American source revealed that 2 navy ships shot down part of the missiles fired at Israel.

Eitan Divinsky, JFeed Staff | 15.04.24

Red Sea, Houthis

US Navy intercepts Houthi missiles, drone

No injuries or damage were sustained by US-led forces under Operation Prosperity Guardian or commercial ships passing through the Red Sea.

Avi Woolf | 07.04.24

Houthi Provocation

With Iran's backing: Houthis launch missiles, America responds

The Houthis fired missiles and 2 UAVs in the Red Sea and in return, the US destroyed a surface-to-air missile system that posed a threat to the region. 

JFeed Staff | 04.04.24

Houthi Attack

Another UAV attack near Eilat: Hostile aircraft shot down near the border

A hostile aircraft was shot down near Ramon Airport about 200 meters from the Jordanian border. No injuries or damage were reported and details of the incident are being investigated.

JFeed Staff | 02.04.24

Red Sea, Houthis, Egypt

Report: Egypt selling Egyptian territory to compensate for falling revenues in the Suez Canal

According to a report by Kann 11 News Reporter Roi Kais, Egypt is selling territory in the country's northwest to an Emirati company, to be developed as a tourist hotspot.

Avi Woolf | 21.03.24

Israel-Gaza War, Houthis

IDF intercepts projectile launched from Red Sea before reaching Israel

The projectile was likely launched by the Iran-backed Houthi forces.

Avi Woolf | 21.03.24

IDF, Houthis

IDF admits cruise missile caused explosion in Eilat area

Two days after the explosion in the Eilat area, the IDF confirmed it to be a cruise missile, which was tracked but which did not trigger a siren. The missile was probably fired by the Iran-backed Houthi rebels.

Arye Yoeli, JFeed Staff | 19.03.24

Houthis, Red Sea

Another escalation in the Red Sea: 4 injured and 3 presumed dead as Houthis attack civilian ship

The Houthi rebels attacked another cargo ship, inflicting a direct hit and for the first time injuring a large number of crew members. Three are missing and believed to have been killed as a result of the explosion.

Eitan Divinsky, JFeed Staff | 07.03.24

Red Sea, Houthis

Bloomberg: Anchor dropped in Red Sea during Houthi attack likely damaged undersea cables 

The anchor was dropped to protect a ship under Houthi attack and accidentally hit the cables, and was thus not a deliberate attack on the international communications network.

Avi Woolf | 06.03.24

Red Sea, Houthis, Telecommunications

gCaptain: Telecommunications company confirms damage to undersea cables near Yemen; cause unclear

Maritime news site gCaptain confirmed  reports on damage caused to four undersea cables connecting Asia to the Middle East and beyond. The cause of the damage is presently unclear.

Avi Woolf | 06.03.24

Houthis, Red Sea

Houthis: "We attacked two American destroyers in the Red Sea"

The Southern Front: The Houthis announced that two American destroyers were attacked in the Red Sea.

Eitan Divinsky, JFeed Staff | 06.03.24

Red Sea, Houthis, Food

Calcalist: Sheep and cattle shipment from Australia forced to reroute to reach Israel

Even animals need to take the long journey to the Holy Land now.

Avi Woolf | 04.03.24

Red Sea, Houthis

Globes: Houthis cut at least four undersea cables between Saudi Arabia and Djibouti 

The communications cables connect European countries to Asia and serve as a serious disruption to communications, especially the Gulf states and India.

Avi Woolf | 25.02.24

Israel, Iran, Houthis, Arrow Missile Defense

Israel releases footage of Arrow system firing to stop projectile fired from Houthi territory

This morning, Israel's anti-ballistic missile system intercepted the seventh attempted projectile launch from Houthi-held Yemen towards Israel. Watch the now-released footage:

Avi Woolf | 22.02.24

Red Sea, Houthis

US Red Sea coalition shoots down six Houthi drones targeting coalition warships

The Houthis later fired two anti-ship missiles at a UK-owned cargo carrier, causing one minor injury and damage to the ship, which continued its course.

Avi Woolf | 22.02.24

Yemen, Houthis, Red Sea

Report: Extensive strikes against Ras Isa area in Yemen

A Houthi-aligned media outlet reports a series of strikes in the Ras Isa area of the Yemenite city of Houdeida

JFeed Staff | 21.02.24

Red Sea, Houthis

Another escalation in the Red Sea: Ship abandoned following missile strike

A cargo ship was abandoned by the crew after being hit by a Houthi missile barrage.

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 20.02.24