Houthis Attack Oil Tanker in Red Sea With Missile After Biden Just Begged Iran to Make Them Stop

There’s been another report of Iran-backed Houthis from Yemen launching missile attacks on foreign vessels in the Red Sea. They’ve been less frequent recently, but the provocations certainly have not stopped, as we saw in Nov. 2023.

Background: BREAKING. US Navy Rescues Hijacked Israeli-Managed Oil Tanker and Captures Houthi Pirates

via the Hill:

Warning that “[t]his continued malign and reckless behavior by the Iranian-backed Houthis threatens regional stability and endangers the lives of mariners across the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden,” U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM)’s statement continued:

My colleague Bob Hoge wrote about a slightly different, Iran-related attack in April—the take-over of a ship by Iran’s special forces.

Read: Iran Pirates Israeli-Owned Container Ship in International Waters

This latest attack by Houthi rebels comes amid “indirect talks” this week between the U.S. and Iran, first reported Friday by Axios, with the Biden administration apparently begging them to stop the Houthis and Hezbollah (and similar militia groups in Iraq and Syria) from continuing attacks just like this one. Seems to be working out well.

First Appeared on Redstate.

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