Houthis Triumph Over US Navy in Red Sea Battle

The USS Carney, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, successfully defended against Houthi missiles and drones in the Red Sea.

Houthis issued a warning about attacking ships heading to Israel, claiming a victory over the US Navy in the Red Sea.

Reports from the Houthi-controlled SABA news agency detailed plans to target vessels going to Israel with drones and missiles.

The campaign aims to challenge powerful naval forces, including American, British, and European fleets, as well as the Israeli navy.

Yahya Sarea, a Houthi military spokesperson, announced plans to expand attacks to ships with ties to Israel in the Mediterranean.

Recent attacks in the Red Sea, Bab Al-Mandab Strait, and Gulf of Aden targeted vessels linked to Israel to end the Gaza Strip siege.

Houthi information minister Al-Shami claimed US Navy withdrawal from the Red Sea due to unsuccessful defense against attacks.

Experts question Houthi claims of having capabilities to reach Israeli ships in the Mediterranean.

Gen. Al-Kumaim stated the Houthis lack advanced weaponry for such attacks, potentially involving an Iran-backed group.

He doubted the Houthis’ ability to carry out Mediterranean attacks due to technological limitations.

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