The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement said the US-British coalition airstrikes against Ansarullah camps have not affected its military capabilities.
"The American-British strikes on our country this week amounted to 86 strikes and have not affected or limited our armed capabilities," Seyyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi said on Thursday in a televised speech aired by the group's TV channel al-Masirah, adding "Our missile attacks will continue in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden."
Ansarullah attacks would stop only when "the US, Britain, and Israel allow access of food and medicine to the Palestinian enclave of the Gaza Strip and stop conflict on the Palestinians," al-Houthi said, adding that the movement operations are part of a wide move of the regional resistance, Xinhua reported.
Yemen has been conducting missile and drone operations against Israeli vessels, those heading for the occupied territories' ports, and the British and American warships that have been dispatched to the Red Sea to confront the Yemeni strikes.
The strikes have been seeking to pressure the Israeli regime into stopping an October 7, 2023-present Washington- and London-backed war against the coastal sliver.
More than 27,840 Palestinians, mostly women, children, and adolescents, have died in the genocidal war so far.