Iran Admits to supplying Missiles to the Houthis in Yemen

Tasnim News Agency, affiliated with Iran Revolutionary Guard (IRGC), reported on Wednesday that Iran has supplied the Houthis in Yemen with the Ghadr ballistic missile.

The missile, described as the first Iranian anti-ship ballistic missile, is now in the hands of the Houthis, enhancing their capability to target maritime vessels.

The revelation is significant as it confirms that Tehran has been arming its proxy forces in Yemen with advanced ballistic missiles.

This follows a pattern of Iran military support to its allies in the region, further destabilizing the Middle East.

Since November, the Houthis have been using Iranian-supplied missiles and drones to attack commercial ships in the Red Sea, a critical global trade route.

This ongoing transfer of advanced military technology to the Houthis underscores the Iranian regime commitment to extending its influence and military capabilities through proxy warfare, posing a significant threat to regional and global stability.