The fishing boat that hijacked Rawabi

The fishing boat that hijacked Rawabi




By Abdullah Abu Al-Hassan

Yemen's Houthi pirates hijacked a UAE-flagged vessel Rawabi near the Red Sea Yemeni port of Hodeidah on Sunday evening, the Arab Coalition shortly announced threatening the Houthis if they don't release it.

Houthi militants on a fishing boat reportedly intercepted the ship and forced it to anchor in the Yemeni coast.

The pampered Shiit sectarian militia showed footage of armored vehicles and other military supplies on board the ship, prompting  coalition sources to say that the militia uploaded them into the vessel that had carried only a medical cargo meant to be shipped to the Saudi Jazan port. The Saudi-led coalition's narrative came across as so credible in Yemen especially among social media users who discounted the motive of a New Year's gift. Weapon cargoes arrive at Aden seaport where the STC proxy recieves them and hands them off to Houthis according to schedule by mistake. The United States, too, at times loses valuable military assets to Yemen's Shia without intention.

The Pentagon announced in 2015 that it was unable to account for more than $500 million in U.S. military aid in Sana'a, expressing Uncle (Yosemite) Sam's real worry that the equipment could end up in the hands of the Shia. Oh yeah.


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