Here Israel entered Rafah, on the other side Iran's henchmen increased America's tension


Houthi Attacks: Houthi have once again started attacks in the Red Sea. After a few days of peace, the Red Sea has once again started resonating with the sounds of Houthi rockets and missiles. To deal with these threats, the US Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft has returned to the Red Sea.

Eisenhower aircraft

Despite the opposition of all Islamic countries and international organizations, Israel has attacked Rafah. Meanwhile, the turmoil in the Red Sea has increased again. Houthi rebels in Yemen have launched a new series of attacks, according to reports from military forces in the Red Sea. Houthi's new action has been taken in response to Israel's action in Rafah city of southern Gaza. After which the American Army was on alert and the deployment of warships in the Red Sea increased. According to Al Arabiya news, an American official said that the US Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft had returned to the Red Sea.

Let us tell you that this aircraft was at the forefront of stopping Houthi attacks in the Red Sea. Which was withdrawn from the Red Sea for a break of a few days, now Dwight D. Eisenhower has been deployed back in the Red Sea.

How long will Eisenhower remain deployed?

According to reports, the Eisenhower aircraft reached the eastern Mediterranean Sea on April 26 after transiting through the Suez Canal. Now it has returned to the Red Sea again. The sailors and officers aboard the Eisenhower do not yet know when they will return home to America. Some recent news has revealed that this ship will be removed from here at the beginning of summer. However, the US will maintain its presence in the region and it is expected that a separate aircraft IKA will assume responsibility in the Red Sea in the next few weeks.

Houthi has carried out 140 attacks so far

According to US officials, the Houthis have carried out at least 140 attacks in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden since November 19. While starting their attack, Houthi had taken a ship hostage in a filmy style in the Red Sea. Let us tell you, Houthi spokesperson Yahya Saari has vowed that they will continue targeting ships belonging to Israel until the attacks in Gaza stop.