Attacks in the Red Sea. Israel’s port operations down 85%.

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After the Houthi attacks in the Red Sea, the world is facing a trade loss. Due to the bad situation, almost all major shipping companies have stopped passing through the Suez Canal. In addition, shipping companies have reduced shipping to Israel.

The chief of the port of the Israeli city of Eilat says: “Business at the docks is down around 85% since Yemen’s Houthis began attacking Red Sea shipping – he calls it ‘crippling’ for Israel’s economy.”

The Houthis started laying mines in the sea in response to Operation Prosperity Guardian.

Houthis are not attacking Russian oil tankers.

The Houthis reacted to the coalition of 39 countries against them.

A proposal for a direct attack on the Houthis at the Pentagon.

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