Yemeni activists mocked the military spokesman for the Houthi coup militia, Yahya Saree, after he made a disastrous mistake and a media and military scandal, while announcing the bombing of areas in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The military spokesman for the Houthis claimed that they bombed the King Khalid Air Base, and said that the base is located in Riyadh, and in fact it is located in the south of Saudi Arabia in Asir.
As Yahya Saree claimed, military targets were bombed at King Abdullah International Airport in Jeddah, which provoked the ridicule of many observers, given that Jeddah Airport is called King Abdulaziz International Airport and not, as the militias claimed.
The journalist, Fares Al-Hamiri, commented sarcastically on a quick statement, saying: “You did not seize the names, how do you control it as a target saying that it was bombed?!”
In turn, the media personality, Muhammad al-Raba, commented sarcastically on the Houthi statement, and said: “Hahaha, hurry up.. King Khalid Air Base is located south of Saudi Arabia in Asir, not in Riyadh, and Jeddah airport is called King Abdulaziz International Airport, not King Abdullah Wajh Airport.”