How the Gaza-Israel War Paved the Way for a Conflict Between Yemen's Houthis and U.S.-U.K. Coalition

How the Gaza-Israel War Paved the Way for a Conflict Between Yemen's Houthis and U.S.-U.K. Coalition

  The Gaza-Israel war, which broke out on October 7 of last year, sparked a conflict between Yemen's Ansar Allah (Houthi) group and Western powers, particularly the United States and the United Kingdom.   When the Houthi group began firing missiles and drones at Israe...

Houthi War Council Intensifies Efforts to Protect Commanders Against Potential Assassination Attempts

Houthi War Council Intensifies Efforts to Protect Commanders Against Potential Assassination Attempts

  Sheba Intelligence has acquired preliminary information from a meeting convened by the Houthi Special War Council. According to intelligence sources, the council has compiled a list of retaliatory targets against the United States and the United Kingdom in response to the attacks o...

A Timeline of Attacks on Ships in Red Sea and Yemen-Originated Strikes on Israel Over the Past 70 Days

A Timeline of Attacks on Ships in Red Sea and Yemen-Originated Strikes on Israel Over the Past 70 Days

  The Gaza-Israel war, which erupted on October 7, sparked reactions from several countries worldwide. Yemen has seen mass protests in support of Palestine, and the Ansar Allah (Houthi) group has gotten involved in the war militarily. Since October 19, the Houthi group has launched dozens ...

How Did Sheba Intelligence Uncover the Houthi Attack in the Red Sea Forty Days Before It Happened? (Video)

How Did Sheba Intelligence Uncover the Houthi Attack in the Red Sea Forty Days Before It Happened? (Video)

    The Sheba Intelligence platform has access to exclusive information and sources that other news agencies and websites cannot reach. This is a distinguishing feature of this platform. Sheba Intelligence focuses on intelligence information and follows it up through its so...

Houthi Presidency Office's Directive Fails to Stop a Telecommunications Company from Demolishing Archaeological Castle

Houthi Presidency Office's Directive Fails to Stop a Telecommunications Company from Demolishing Archaeological Castle

  The Yemen Mobile Company has begun constructing a telecommunications tower in an archaeological site in Dhamar province in North Yemen, defying the Houthi Presidency Office's directive, which ordered the company to find an alternative place for its tower. Sheba Intelligence obtai...


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