DEBKAfile: Despite the Hudaydah ceasefire, Iranian ships unload arms

Even though a ceasefire went into force at Yemen’s key port of Hudaydah on Wednesday, two Iranian ships entered the port and unloaded weapons for the Houthi insurgents, in violation of the ban incorporated in the ceasefire accord. This is reported exclusively by DEBKAfile’s intelligence sources. The cargoes included medium and short-range ballistic missiles. The ships reached Hudaydah through the Bab al Mandeb strait, sailing past the US, Egyptian, Saudi and UAE navies.

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3 thoughts on “DEBKAfile: Despite the Hudaydah ceasefire, Iranian ships unload arms

  • Dec 20, 2018 @ 19:40 at 19:40
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    The “free world” is loosing ground… Remember 1938?

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  • Dec 20, 2018 @ 19:45 at 19:45
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    Scuttle the ships after abandon ship warnings and rescue.

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  • Dec 21, 2018 @ 1:14 at 1:14
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    Why US ? the Saudis / Israel / UN don’t put a blockade on Yemen, check ALL ships to Yemen & if they carry Arms, confiscate those Arms ? The UN IS the most useless, clueless, corrupt, biased org. in all of human history !

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