Yemen Fights Back Fire with Fire–MES 100

12 domestically-manufactured Sammad-3 combat drones in addition to eight ballistic missiles of Zulfiqar, Badr and Saeer types struck targets in the Saudi cities of Ras Tanura, Rabigh, Yanbu as well as Jizan, home to key Saudi Aramco oil installations, as part of large-scale Operation National Day of Resilience. The Yemeni armed forces also launched six Qasef-2K bomber drones against military sites in historic Yemeni Najran and Asir regions. Such a busy weekend for MBS indeed!

To discuss this issue with us from Belgrade is Joaquin Flores, editor at Fort Russ news website.

Meanwhile in Egypt, Since it was completed in 1869, the Suez Canal has been one of the world’s most important bodies of water; a portal between East and West that has been controlled by multiple countries, threatened to ignite war, and become a bedrock of the global economy. But the mammoth container ship that has lodged itself across the waterway poses a very modern problem: About a tenth of global trade passes through the Suez Canal, this allowed Israel to bring back plans to dig up its own Canal in the occupied Naqab desert.

To discuss this issue with us from Beirut is Dr. Jamal Wakim academic and political analyst.

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