The head of the Yemeni national negotiating delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam, has on Tuesday mocked Saudi-led coalition spokesman Turki al-Maliki, who described his shameful scandal in which he used footage of fictional movies as as “a marginal error.”
“It is laughable and pathetic at the same time, when the spokesman of the aggression admitted to his resounding scandal by fabricating clips of missile sites that do not exist except in films, and naming it a margin of error,” Abdulsalam said in a tweet.
مثيرا للضحك وللشفقة في آن وتغطيةعلى فضيحته المدوية باختلاق مقاطع فيديو لمواقع صواريخ غير موجودة إلا في الأفلام يقر ناطق العدوان بذلك ويسميه هامش خطأ،وأي هامش خطأ ذلك الذي ضحاياه مدنيون ويتكرر كل مرة كنتيجةطبيعية لعدوان غاشم هو أكبر خطأ وأكبر خطيئةترتكب بدعم أمريكي ضد شعبنا العزيز
— محمد عبدالسلام (@abdusalamsalah) January 11, 2022
Turki al-Maliki had earlier claimed to possess evidence of a Yemeni workshop for the manufacture of ballistic missiles and drones in the port of Hodeidah, but was caught using footage from a 2010 US cinema movie as fabricated evidence.
“What a margin of error is that? Its victims are civilians, and this is repeated every time as a natural result of brutal aggression that is both the biggest mistake and the biggest sin committed with American support against our dear people.”