These days, various reports about Iranian interference and weapons supply to the Houthis, the last case, return back Iranian ship by the US government. This is the tip of the iceberg, I decided to share the following information available to the public. See on web
- In the month of July the Ansarallah group declaredthey had received two Zelzal missiles from Iran, and launched them to the al-Salil base in Saudi Arabia. This site is located near Riyadh. According to incoming reports the Saudis traced this missile and shot it down.
- Amir Abdullahian, deputy foreign minister of Iran in Arab and African affairs presented a report today in the National Security Commission of Iran’s parliament focusing on the crisis in Yemen. He referred to the latest Ansarallah reports and said, “According to the latest report they sent to the foreign ministry, their weapons and ammunition are in good conditions.”
- An Ansarallah commander says they will soon launch widespread aperiodic attacks against Saudi Arabia, its border cities and bases. With missiles we have received from Iran we will target sites deep into Saudi soil, he added. They are attempting to instigate the Saudis to launch a ground offensive to both undermine international support for Riyadh and also defeat the Saudis in a very vivid manner as they lacks a very certain ground force.
- Iran is sending weapons to the Houthsi through Red Crescent humanitarian aid ships. Nosser Charkhsaz, head of the Iran Aid & Rescue Organization said about the ship named ‘Shahed’, “We have sent weapons and ammunitions to Ansarrallah twice under the pretext of Red Crescent ships. On the third round since we knew the ship would have been searched the ship only carried food stuffs and medications, and there were no weapons hidden on board.”
- Due to Saudi-led coalition airstrikes all of the main airports under Houthis’ control are out of order, and the Houthis are seeking to secretly construct new airstrips to allow Iranian regime planes secretly land their planes and provide their aid. Ansarallah spokesman said they are running very low on ammunition.