Kuwaiti lawyer and Muslim Brotherhood (MB) member Nasser Al-Duwailah tweeted on Thursday coordinates for an incoming Shakira concert in in Abha, Saudi Arabia, urging the Iranian-backed Houthi militias to target it.
On June 12, the Houthi-run Yemeni al-Masirah channel announced that the movement had successfully used a cruise missile to hit the control tower at the airport in Abha, wounding 26 people.
The attack was the first one against a prominent civilian target in Saudi Arabia.
In his tweet, Al-Duwailah, mentioning two Qatari sympathizers of terrorist organizations, namely @nasserqhatani76 and @AbuJaseem99, said “promiscuous dance parties” are enough reason for punishment.
The terrorist-designated Houthi militia has been responsible for the killings of thousands of Yemeni civilians in addition to other crimes ranging from rape, theft, drug abuse and the displacement of numerous Yemenis.
“Houthis! I do not need to recommend, Shakira, on Friday July 12, 2019, coordinates (41 ° 24'12.2 "N 2 ° 10'26.5" E),” Al-Duwailah said.
“This is not a joke, promiscuous dance parties are enough reason for punishment, and you will not know where it came from,” he added.
Observers point out that this particular tweet is an acute proof of the connections between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Houthis, two of the most devious terrorist organizations, serving both ISIS and Iran’s schemes within the region.
In May, Iran criticized a US plan to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization.
During his visit to Doha, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran rejects any attempt by the US in this regard.