Saturday, August 29, 2015

#SaudiPropaganda created from video games #Yemen

The video goes back to an electronic game called "Medal Of Honor 2010", it has been modified, and added to it sound effects in the Arabic language, as well - to complete lie - footer says: (Mission: border disinfection) and (website: South Arabia).

🔴فضيحة إعلامية سعودية جديدة .. قصف اليمن في الألعاب الالكترونية!

🔹محمد كسرواني

ما سيذكر في التقرير الآتي ليس طرفةً! إنه صنيعة دولة فقدت كل أمل في إحراز اي إنجاز عسكري فعكفت على "اسخف" الحيل واكثرها سذاجة علّها تحصّل شيئاً من المعنويات!

شاهد الفيديو والصور 🔻

موقع العهد الإخباري.

الخبر حسب ما نشر على صفحة صحيفة المناطق على فايسبوك

المضحك المبكي في الامر، أن الفيديو يعود الى لعبة الكترونية تسمى "Medal Of Honor 2010"، تم تعديل ألوانه، وأضيفت إليه مؤثرات صوتية باللغة العربية، إضافة - لتكتمل الكذبة – إلى تذييل اوله بعبارة : (المهمة: تطهير الحدود) و(الموقع: جنوب السعودية)


TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Yemeni popular commander said the Saudi media are conducting a ballyhoo about war in Sana’a in a bid to reduce pressure on the Riyadh-led forces in the South.
“The Saudi media hype about Sana’a battle is no more than the enemy’s psychological warfare to help the forces loyal to fugitive president Mansour Hadi who are fighting against the Yemeni forces in the South and the Saudi army in Najran and Jizan to feel less pressure and boost their morale,” a senior Ansarullah commander told FNA on Saturday.
The commander said that the Saudi enemy has to pass through Southern provinces before opening its path to Sana’a, while it has failed to do so.

“Before Sana’a, they should come in control over Ibb, Taez and Damar, but have failed to stretch their control over these provinces.”

He said the Saudi regime does not even know the location or whereabouts of the Ansarullah missiles that target its troops.

“The Yemeni army and revolutionary forces have developed their missile capabilities to adopt a new strategy against the enemy,” he added.

Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for 157 days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh.

The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 5,535 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

Hadi stepped down in January and refused to reconsider the decision despite calls by Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement.

Despite Riyadh’s claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.

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