U.S.-Yemen War After Israel-Hamas Conflict? Why American Military Won't Attack Houthis
The U.S. has faced 77 attacks since Oct 17 in the Middle East. It has retaliated to attacks on U.S. troops from Iran-backed militias in Iraq and Syria but it has not yet responded militarily to Yemen-based Houthi rebels. The Associated Press reported that the U.S. fears a new front opening in the Israel-Hamas war and the collapse of a shaky truce with Yemen if it attacks the Houthis. This is why the U.S. has been silent despite Houthis mounting attacks on ships in the Red Sea, claiming that the vessels belong to Israel. Watch this video for more.