Iran transfers Military Technology to Yemen

Iranian forces spokesman, Abu al-Fadl Shikaraji, said that Iran no longer needed to transfer arms to Yemen as it shared its military technology with Yemen’s revolting faction, Houthis enabling them to manufacture their own missiles and drones.

He also explained that due economic sanctions Iran could no longer send arms to its allies for free, and earns money from this exchange. US and Saudi Arabia has accused Iran of aiding Houthis with arms and military training for years.

A recently arrested Gang of Four weapon smugglers detained by Yemeni authorities revealed that Iran supplied weapons to Houthi militias in Yemen through Somalia. The gang also exposed that the extremist group sent fighters to Iran for military training through, what they called “humanitarian” flights from Yemen to Oman.

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