Yemen Houthis Allegedly Have Terrifying New Weapon

( – Yemen’s Houthi terrorists claimed on March 14 that they have a new hypersonic rocket in their arsenal and are willing to use it, escalating tensions in the Middle East. The Yemeni terrorist group has been attacking ships and vessels in the Red Sea in response to the Israeli government’s war against the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.

According to a report from Russian state-run news agency RIA Novosti, an unnamed Houthi official revealed that the terrorist group had the weapon for weeks without providing any evidence of the claim. The RIA Novosti news came at a moment when the Kremlin maintains an aggressive anti-Western foreign policy amid its invasion of Ukraine and recent threats made by French President Emmanuel Macron about sending troops to Kyiv.

Military experts believe that while the report needs to be taken with a grain of salt, the Yemeni terrorists have been hinting about numerous “surprises” they planned to show in their battles and attacks. While the terrorists have been executing many drone strikes against the United States and its Western allies, they have been able to neutralize almost every missile or bomb-carrying drone before hitting their warships.

The Iranian regime, which is the Houthis’ main benefactor, has been claiming to have a hypersonic rocket over the last few months and has been arming the terrorists with many of their own missiles. Some reports said that adding such a weapon to their arsenal could boost the Houthis’ military threat and turn them into a significant challenge to the air defense military systems employed by the United States and its allies in the Middle East.

The RIA report said that the Houthi official revealed that the terrorist group had already tested the hypersonic missile, stating that it’s able to reach massive speeds and that it runs on “solid fuel.” The official also told the Russian news agency that the group will start to manufacture the weapon so it could use it in future attacks in the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea.

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