They accused the coalition of penetrating Saba agency .. Houthis deny threat to target oil tankers in Red Sea

They accused the coalition of penetrating Saba agency .. Houthis deny threat to target oil tankers in Red Sea


The al-Houthi group in Yemen, which is under its control, announced that Saba agency is being hacked by hostile authorities and has published false news of a  meeting of the President of the Supreme Political Council (Houthi president) Mahdi al-Mashat.

Earlier in the day, Saba published a summary of the interview of Mahdi al-Mashat with Al-Massira TV, in which al-Houthi leader threatened to bombard the oil sites in the Gulf and to target ships and oil tankers in the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea as legitimate targets for their missile and drones.

The news also included the recognition by the President of the Houthis of the support of Iran to their forces in the face of what the Houthis describe as the coalition of aggression, referring to the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia, as well as their missiles "will reach the Sudan and Egypt ".

Saudi and Arab media reported the threat of targeting oil ships, but the Minister of information in the Government of the Houthis (unrecognized) denied the statements made by Mahdi al-Mashat, accusing the "countries of aggression " of hacking the website of Saba and publishing and fabricating false news, "does not relate to the truth for a few minutes ".

Minister of information in the Government of the Houthis Al-Shami vowed to investigate the agency's penetration.

A few minutes after the news was deleted, Saba reported that it had been hacked, and the chairman of the agency's chief editor Mohamed Mansour announcing that the agency's website had been recovered after it had been breached by hostile authorities and had published a false news interview with the chairman of the Supreme Political Council, Mr. Mehdi Al-Mashat.


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