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.

gila isaacson, JFeed Staff | 15.04.24

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

A Siddur A Week

A Siddur A Week: Preserving the “Kanis Bayt al-Usta”: Rabbi Yosef Tzuberi and the Knesset Hagdolah Siddur

How an ancient Yemenite synagogue and local custom was preserved in all its greatness and variety in a siddur.

Reuven Gafni | 29.03.24

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

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.

gila isaacson, JFeed Staff | 06.03.24

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

Houthi Attack

Report: Houthis attack British vessel in the Red Sea, crew abandons ship

Another escalation: Reports on the UK Maritime Operations Agency network of an attack on a British ship in the Red Sea. The vessel was heavily damaged and the crew abandoned ship.

JFeed Staff | 19.02.24

Middle East Report, TBN Israel 'Our Neighborhood'

Middle East Update: Retaliations and Escalations | TBN Israel Report

TBN Israel's Yair Pinto and Mati Shoshani delve into the complex dynamics of the Middle East, providing a comprehensive update on the region's latest developments. Watch:

Abraham Gutman | 30.01.24

Red Sea, US, Iran, Houthis

On the Way to the Houthis: US Army Foils Weapon Shipment from Iran

During a US raid on a ship in the Arabian Sea, ballistic missiles and cruise missiles of Iranian origin were found, which had been used by rebels in attacks on the Red Sea.

Arye Yoeli, JFeed Staff | 16.01.24

"Significant International Problem"

World Leaders Against the Houthis: "Significant International Problem"

The leaders of 12 countries issued a joint statement in which they condemned the Houthi attacks on ships in the Red Sea and clarified that "these attacks threaten the lives of innocent people from all over the world, and constitute a significant international problem that requires collective action."

Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 03.01.24

Israel At War, Iran

Iran's Network of Terror: Unraveling the Extremist Regime's Proxy War

In KAN's latest concise exposé, they delve into Iran's intricate web of proxy wars, connecting the dots between Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Houthis in Yemen, Syrian militias, and Hamas in Gaza.

Abraham Gutman | 03.01.24

Response to Houthis

Pentagon Presses to Attack the Houthis, Biden Expresses Doubts

It was reported in the "New York Times" that Pentagon officials are pressing to attack the Houthi rebels in Yemen, having prepared detailed plans and marked targets for the attack - including missile depots and UAVs in Yemen. However, President Biden is dissuading a large-scale attack.

| JFeed Staff | 01.01.24

Houthis Threaten

After the Assassinations: the Houthis Threaten; The West is Preparing to Attack

After the elimination of about ten of their men by the US, the Houthis threaten to worsen the crisis in the Red Sea, while Britain and other countries are preparing to attack targets in Yemen.

| Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 31.12.23

US Military Sank Houthi Ships

US Military Sank Houthi Ships in the Red Sea

Four ships of the Houthis attacked a vessel and a helicopter of the American army in the Red Sea, which were protecting commercial ships sailing the area. The military responded by firing and sank 3 of the crafts. No injuries were reported in the incident.

| Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 31.12.23

Action Against the Houthis

Report: This is how the International Coalition will Act Against the Houthis

The International Coalition for Ensuring Freedom of Movement in the Red Sea plans to establish a "safe corridor", where the NATO Navy will protect the ships that are sailing against the attacks of the Houthis. According to the plan, the safe corridor will also include the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb.

Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 20.12.23

Houthis, "We Will Not Stop"

The Houthis Threaten: "Even if the Whole World Mobilizes, we will not Stop"

After the US announced the establishment of a global force against threats to ships in the Red Sea, the Houthis said in response that "even if the US succeeds in mobilizing the whole world, we will not stop our operations - unless the genocide in Gaza stops."

Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 19.12.23

Another Houthi Attack

Reports: Attempted Takeover of a Ship Near the Coast of Yemen

The British Shipping Authority and international media organizations report another attempt to take over a cargo ship near the coast of Yemen, the Shipping Authority issued a travel warning in the Red Sea.

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 19.12.23

Threat of the Houthis

Threat of the Houthis: The Oil Company Stops Sailing in the Red Sea

The oil company British Petroleum has announced that all its tankers will stop sailing in the Red Sea, following the "deteriorating security situation at sea" due to the threat of the Houthis from Yemen.

| Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 18.12.23

Israel At War, The Houthis 

The Houthi Threat: Another Company Ceases Operations in Israel

The shipping company OOCL announced that it will stop transporting goods to and from Israel until further notice, due to the threats of the Houthis from Yemen and the attack on the ships in the Red Sea. This is the fourth company to stop operating in the area in the last week.

Uriel Be'eri, JFeed Staff | 17.12.23