After an Israeli news website revealed last week a bank of Iranian missile and fire range targets, primarily nuclear and strategic facilities, in the event of any war between the two sides in the future, media reports indicated that the Israeli port of Eilat on the Red Sea could be the next target for an aircraft attack. A march by the Houthi militia.
According to the information, it is possible that “Eilat” will be the second target, after the militias carried out an attack last week on facilities in the Emirati capital, Abu Dhabi, according to the Hebrew newspaper, “Haaretz”.
Houthi thwarted by obtaining Marib
It also continued that these attacks carry a message from Iran that it sent through its proxies in the Middle East, declaring that it does not intend to back down from its actions.
On the other hand, I thought that it might also be an indication of the growing frustration of the Houthis as a result of the failure of their efforts to achieve any progress in the Yemeni governorate of Ma’rib, despite all their past escalation.
The Houthi attack on facilities in the UAE last Monday was met with many Arab and international condemnations, amid Abu Dhabi’s assertion that it will not go unpunished.
Israel: Our mission is to harm the Iranian regime
These developments came at a time when Israel stresses the need for any international effort to deal with Iranian aggression with discussions on the nuclear file, especially since Tehran is negotiating in Vienna while its proxies continue their aggressive attacks in other regions.
The Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, also revealed that the task entrusted to his country is to significantly harm the Iranian regime.
As for Marib, since the beginning of last year (February 2021), the Houthi militia has intensified its attacks on the oil- and gas-rich governorate, despite all international and UN warnings of the dangers facing the lives of thousands of displaced people, but to no avail with the advancement of the Giants Brigades and the Yemeni army and amid the support of the Support Alliance. legitimacy in Yemen.