Yemen's Houthi group has claimed responsibility for targeting two Israeli ships in the Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean, along with a British vessel in the Red Sea. According to the group's spokesman, ballistic and winged missiles were fired at the ships, with one of them reportedly hit directly.

The attacks are said to be in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza and are part of the Houthi forces' efforts to challenge Israeli navigation in these waters until the Israeli aggression on Gaza ceases and the blockade is lifted.

While there has been no immediate response from Israeli authorities, the United States and the United Kingdom have been conducting airstrikes on Houthi sites in Yemen since January, following previous attacks on ships in the region.

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This incident raises concerns about the safety of maritime routes, particularly in the Red Sea, which is crucial for oil and fuel shipments. It also underscores the ongoing tensions in the region and the impact on international shipping.