Zionist newspaper calls for Israeli attack on Yemen’s West Coast

SANA’A – The major English-language Zionist newspaper Jerusalem Post has openly called for Israeli intervention in the aggression war against Yemen, calling on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to support the Saudi-led invaders with logistical or even military aid. The call came in an editorial published by the newspaper.

The Zionist entity known as Israel is known as a major moral supporter of the Saudi invasion of Yemen, as it sees an independent Yemen under the National Salvation Government as a major threat to Zionist influence in the Middle East. Jerusalem Post claimed that aiding the Saudi invaders would “counter Iranian influence”, as well as having a “catalytic effect” on relations between the Zionist state and several of the Gulf monarchies.

The paper furthermore accused Netanyahu of neglecting a “major security threat against Israel” if he does not actively join the war to destroy Ansarullah (called the “Houthi movement” by Zionist press). The Jerusalem Post specifically mentioned the highly advanced Yemeni missile programme as a major concern.

“If Yemenis have access to more sophisticated technologies, the western coast of Yemen could become a real ballistic missile launch pad on Israel,” the newspaper said.

The article concluded by calling on Netanyahu to unconditionally support Saudi Arabia either with logistical support or by carrying out airstrikes on Yemen, and demanded the so-called “Houthi threat” should be taken seriously.

Despite having no official diplomatic relations, Saudi Arabia and the Zionist regime are known to have had numerous secret diplomatic meetings, and maintain extensive contact through secret channels. Important political figures in both Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have expressed interest in officially recognizing Israel in the future, thereby betraying the cause of Palestine.

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Historian specializing in Arab history, Islamic studies and geopolitical analysis. Active in the anti-imperialist movement in Belgium

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