The Houthis in Yemen have held a special funeral for fighters killed in recent US-UK airstrikes, vowing revenge for the attacks. The funeral was a display of the Houthis’ determination to retaliate against the US and UK for their involvement in the ongoing conflict in Yemen. Meanwhile, the US and Britain have launched new strikes on Houthi sites in Yemen, escalating the violence in the war-torn country.
Amidst the escalating tensions, Yemen’s Houthis claim that 17 rebels have been killed in US-led attacks, further fueling the cycle of violence. Iran has also entered the fray, going public with a stark warning over a suspected spy ship, while the US refuses to rule out more strikes. The ongoing conflict in Yemen shows no signs of abating, with the undeclared US war on Yemen being widely criticized and predicted to end in failure.
The situation in Yemen continues to escalate, with the US and UK airstrikes leading to heightened tensions and a vow of revenge from the Houthis. The cycle of violence has claimed the lives of 17 rebels, with Iran also entering the fray with a warning over a suspected spy ship. The conflict in Yemen is showing no signs of resolution, with the undeclared US war facing criticism and predictions of failure.