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U.S. and British warplanes, ships and submarines launching dozens of air strikes across Yemen against Houthi forces - Considerations

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“The Americans and the British must realise that Yemen's position will not change and will not break. Rather, Yemen is becoming more steadfast and adhering to its position. It is escalating its operations against Israeli ships or those heading to the ports of occupied Palestine until the aggression stops and the siege on the Gaza Strip is lifted.”

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Houthi official
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“They [Houthis] have stockpiles of advanced weapons provided to them in many cases, or enabled to them in many cases, by Iran. We are taking out these stockpiles so that they will not be able to conduct as many attacks over time. That will take time to play out.”

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Deputy National Security Advisor of the United States
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“Whether the strikes will in fact deter further attacks on shipping will depend on how the Houthis respond. Is this the hill they want to die on? They were doing well, they have been able to survive the last eight years, have expanded their power, but now they are inviting air strikes from the world's most powerful military.”

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Middle East security expert at Britain's Royal United Services Institute
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