Houthi fighters resist US-Israeli intelligence

Houthi fighters resist US-Israeli intelligence

SANAA: Houthi fighters from Yemen claimed they successfully intercepted the US-Israeli intelligence network a few days ago.

It follows the Iran-backed fighting forces detaining dozens of United Nations (UN) staff.

In a televised statement, the Houthi Intelligence Chief, Abdel Hakim Al Khaiwani, informed the alleged network that included former US embassy staff in Yemen and the collection of information related to the country’s security, military, economic, and political aspects.

“The US-Israeli intelligence network has been busted.

“This network carried out espionage and subversive roles in official and unofficial institutions for decades, working for the enemy’s interests, through its members directly linked to the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), which recruited key elements of the spy network, trained them in intelligence, and equipped them with special technology, devices, and equipment that enable them to carry out espionage and subversive activities in the Republic of Yemen and facilitate the secret transfer of information to US and Israeli intelligence officials,” he said.

There have been no counterstatements from Israeli government officials or the UN.

UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the agency was working to free 11 of its staff working for five different UN agencies and the UN Envoy for Yemen.

The Houthis, who are aligned with Iran, have attacked ships of Israeli interest in the Red Sea as an act of solidarity with the Palestinian people.

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