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Yemen Compels Israeli Ship to Re-Route, Costing a Fortune

The Israeli Regime shipping company Zim is reportedly struggling with immense financial losses after Yemen’s Armed Forces compelled its vessels to detour from Yemeni waters following Yemen maritime seizures and warnings on Israeli linked ships. 

Zim is now facing operational difficulties and is reportedly taking longer and costlier routes, such as the Cape of Good Hope, which leads to both loss of time and money. 

The route from the Strait of Gibraltar to Port Klang through the Cape of Good Hope is apparently 56% longer than the Suez Canal path, posing a great challenge to the shipping company.

Zim’s stock value has also plummeted to an all-time low, highlighting how Yemen’s bold move to combat the Israeli regime is affecting the Israeli Regime’s economy.

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