Media sources reported a vessel hit in the Aden Gulf on Monday.

Iran Press/ West Asia: Sputnik reported news announced on Monday evening that a vessel was targeted in the Aden Gulf, Yemen. 

Also, the UK Maritime Trade Operation (UKMTO) stated that it received a report about a vessel hit 91 miles from the southeast of the Aden Gulf. 

No further information has yet been received about the attack and about the party who has claimed responsibility for it. 

According to Reuters, the vessel was an Israeli container that was crossing the Aden Gulf with the Liberian flag. 

The ships that go to the Israeli-occupied territories of Palestine to send logistic and military aid to the Israeli regime are being targeted a short while after the Israeli regime waged an all-out war on the Gaza Strip. 

Still, the Islamic Resistance Movement of Iraq announced on Sunday that it carried out a drone operation on Haifa, targeting a chemical facility in the port city.

"In response to the massacres carried out by the Israeli occupying regime in Gaza, we targeted the Haifa port chemical station in the occupied territories by a drone, on Friday evening," Iraq's Islamic Resistance Movement declared in a statement.

It was on October 7 that the Palestinian Resistance carried out Operation Al-Aqsa Flood on the Israeli regime's forces in response to the regime's daily crimes against the Palestinian people during 75 years of occupation of Palestine since 1948.

Since then, the death toll in the Gaza Strip, due to the Israeli war has been increasing, exceeding 30,000 while the children are coping with the starvation caused due to the Israel war and blockade on Gaza.

Committing perpetual crimes against the people of Gaza, the Israeli regime's fighters bombed a truck carrying humanitarian aid to Deir al-Balah on Sunday in central Gaza.

On Thursday, also, at least 81 Palestinians waiting for food aid were killed and 250 wounded after Israeli troops opened fire on a huge crowd of people waiting for food aid southwest of Gaza City, as the besieged enclave faces an unprecedented hunger crisis.

The people of Gaza have resorted to drinking sewage water, eating plants, and using animal feed to prepare bread, the Oxfam reported.


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