SANA’A – Running scared of Yemeni missiles raining down on military targets all over Saudi Arabia, the Saudi regime has decided to move the location of the Arab League summit, that is due to start on Sunday, away from the capital of Riyadh.
On Wednesday, the Saudi capital was hit by several Yemeni missiles that were fired with high accuracy from within the Republic of Yemen, as retaliation for the constant bombinb of civilian targets by the Saudi coalition’s airstrikes.
According to supporters of ousted former Yemeni president and Saudi puppet Abrabbuh Mansur Hadi, the missile strikes have forced the Saudi regime to move the summit from Riyadh to the eastern Saudi port city of Dammam. However, fears still exist that also Dammam might be within targeting range of the Yemeni vengeance.
Abbas al-Dhali, a Hadi supporter with ties to the Islah Party, openly doubted in a publication whether the coastal city would be safe from Yemeni missiles, a clear indication that the Saudis and their cronies are in a state of fear.