The US government’s recent display of “evidence” to back up claims that Iran provides Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah fighters with ballistic missiles was nothing short of a “comedy sketch show,” a political commentator tells Press TV.
On Thursday, Nikki Haley, the US envoy to the United Nations (UN), went on live television to display debris purportedly from a ballistic missile that had been fired from Yemen at an airport in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
Calling an empty, charred tube behind her “concrete evidence” of the missile’s links to Iran, she called for the formation of “a united front in resisting this global threat,” referring to Iran.
Speaking to Press TV from London on Saturday, Hafsa Kara Mustapha said it was “embarrassing” to watch Haley present to the world what she thought would serve as a “smoking gun” to help push Washington’s anti-Iran agenda.
“I think it was borderline farcical and it is…