Jeddah The gravity of terror attacks unleashed by the Iran-backed Houthi militia targeting Saudi Arabia is being showcased in front of leaders of 56 Arab and Muslim countries and about 390 media persons arriving in the Kingdom from around the world to attend the Makkah summits.
The exhibition, entitled Facts in minutes at Jeddah King Abdul Aziz International Airport, features several missiles, drones, boats and other equipment and missile launchers that were used by the Houthi militia to attack Saudi Arabia.
According to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), the exhibits provide evidence of the explicit involvement of Iran's regime in these criminal and terrorist acts.
The exhibition shows the remains of several Iranian ballistic missiles and drones that targeted Saudi Arabia in recent years. These include "Qiam" missile which was fired toward Riyadh on 25 March 2018 and another Qiam missile launched toward Makkah in 2016, as well as Iranian drones of Ababil/Qasef and Rased, Iranian made rocket-propelled grenade, Iranian anti-armor Dahlawi, and Iranian made optical binoculars and remote-controlled booby-trapped boat.
The exhibition was organized jointly by the Ministry of Defense, represented by the Joint Armed Forces, the Communications and New Media Center at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Yemen Development and Reconstruction Center.
The visitors are given detailed explanation about the exhibits in various languages by Saudi Ambassador to Yemen Mohammed Saeed Al-Jaber, who is also the executive director of Yemen Development and Reconstruction Center; Spokesman of the Saudi-led Coalition Col. Turki Al-Maliki; and Director General of the Communications and New Media Center at the Foreign Ministry Ahmed Al-Tuwaiyan.
Source: International Islamic News Agency