With Coalition blockade still in place, such huge arms shipments still make it to Houthis

With Coalition blockade still in place, such huge arms shipments still make it to Houthis

By Aref Alkhayat

Even though the Arab Coalition is maintaining a supposed arms blockade against the entry of arms to Yemen, huge arms shipments of the size intercepted by the US Navy in the Arabian Sea on Thursday still make it to Iran-affiliated terrorist network of Houthis.

 

The US navy intercepted the shipment as part of continual interdictions the latest of which was in early April. But more shipments are successfully smuggled by the Iranian regime and other suppliers through Yemen’s 2000 km long coastlines.

Thursday’s thwarted shipment included large numbers of assault rifles, heavy machine guns and rocket propelled grenades as seen from the (enclosed) picture.

One feature of what Yemenis say is an international conspiracy to reinforce the victory of the Shiit terror network is a suspicious stubborn media campaign calling for lifting the ‘blockade’ on Houthi-controlled Sana’a Airport and Hodeidah Seaport where civilian (commercial goods and humanitarian aid) already enter the country smoothly.

 

 

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