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Ansarullah

Ansarullah

A Zaidi Shiite movement operating in Yemen. It seeks to establish a democratic government in Yemen.
Shiite

Shiite

represents the second largest denomination of Islam. Shiites believe Ali (peace be upon him) to be prophet"s successor in the Caliphate.
Resistance

Resistance

Axis of Resistances refers to countries and movements with common political goal, i.e., resisting against Zionist regime, America and other western powers. Iran, Syria, Hezbollah in Lebanon, and Hamas in Palestine are considered as the Axis of Resistance.
Persian Gulf Cooperation Council

Persian Gulf Cooperation Council

A regional political u n i o n consisting of Arab states of the Persian Gulf, except for Iraq.
Taliban

Taliban

Taliban is a Sunni fundamentalist movement in Afghanistan. It was founded by Mohammed Omar in 1994.
  Wahhabism & Extremism

Wahhabism & Extremism

Wahhabism is an extremist pseudo-Sunni movement, which labels non-Wahhabi Muslims as apostates thus paving the way for their bloodshed.
Kurds

Kurds

Kurds are an ethnic group in the Middle East, mostly inhabiting a region, which spans adjacent parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. They are an Iranian people and speak the Kurdish languages, which form a subgroup of the Northwestern Iranian branch of Iranian languages.
NATO

NATO

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty which was signed on 4 April 1949.
Islamic Awakening

Islamic Awakening

Refers to a revival of the Islam throughout the world, that began in 1979 by Iranian Revolution that established an Islamic republic.
Al-Qaeda

Al-Qaeda

A militant Sunni organization founded by Osama bin Laden at some point between 1988 and 1989
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Formation of European Coalition in the Red Sea; Uncalculated Conflict with Ansarullah

Tuesday 20 February 2024
Formation of European Coalition in the Red Sea; Uncalculated Conflict with Ansarullah

Previously, European nations objected to participating in the American coalition in the Red Sea, citing their disapproval of rising tensions in the region. However, analysts now perceive the change in stance by leaders from the continent as exacerbating instability in the area and jeopardizing Europe's maritime interests.

ALWAGHT- The deployment of US and allied military fleets in the Red Sea, coupled with a surge of airstrikes and naval attacks on Yemen in recent weeks, has sharply escalated tensions in the region, posing an unprecedented threat to maritime security along this vital international trade route. This situation has underscored the economic interests of numerous countries and heightened global apprehensions regarding the ongoing conflict dynamics, particularly in the Red Sea.

In the midst of these developments, the European Union, having previously refused to partake in what it labeled as the "guardianship" mission led by the United States and criticized the White House's tension-alleviating strategies as ineffective, has now made a significant policy reversal. It has announced its intention to deploy military fleets to the Red Sea and launch an independent maritime security mission that is unaffiliated with the American coalition.

According to a report by Reuters last Wednesday, European Union member states proposed an independent maritime security mission earlier this week. If ratified, Italy and France, already having vessels in the region, would join Germany in being the inaugural contributors to the European Union mission.