The Houthi Militia

The Houthi Militia Released a Song About the War

The Houthi militia, who decided to join the fight against Israel, released a video in which Yemeni army soldiers appear, pledging to drive out the Zionist invaders and liberate the Palestinians.

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The Houthi militia in Yemen, which joined Hamas in the fight against Israel and launched rocket and drone attacks towards Israel, released a video in which they pledge to drive out the invaders and liberate the Palestinians.

The Houthi militia in the video against the backdrop of the war

Yesterday, it was reported that the Yemeni army claimed to have launched several drones towards Israel. The spokesperson of the Houthi Political Bureau tweeted on his Twitter page that the missile was fired from beyond Eilat.

In a statement issued by the Houthi army, it was written: "In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, the Yemeni Houthi forces have launched, in the past hours, a significant series of drones towards several targets within the depths of the Zionist entity in occupied Palestine, and they have reached their destinations."

The Houthis: "We are continuing the military operations"

According to the Houthis, "the Yemeni military forces continue to carry out their military operations in support and victory for the oppression of the Palestinian people and in response to the calls and demands of the Yemeni people and all the peoples of the nation until the Israeli aggression against our brothers in Gaza is firmly stopped."


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