Rasa - “Hey Salman! You deserve death. Missiles will come to you while they cannot be tracked,” Abdul-Salam wrote on his twitter page on Tuesday.
“They always and every moment bring you breaking news that the (Yemeni) missiles are fired from their bases like a volcano,” he added.
Abdul-Salam expressed confidence that God will help the Yemenis defeat the Saudi government and its leader.
Yemeni forces targeted Saudi Arabia's strategic military sites, including military bases, and an oil facility, by a squadron of domestically-manufactured combat drones and ballistic missiles.
Spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces Brigadier General Yahya Saree said on Monday that "Tadaween military camp in Marib was targeted during a meeting of Saudi military commanders with mercenaries, killing and injuring dozens of them.”
"Other military sites were targeted in Abha, Jizan, and Najran airports,” he added.
General Saree also said that a giant oil facility in the industrial zone in Jizan was accurately targeted.
He added that the military operation executed with undisclosed highly accurate ballistic missiles, and a large number of drones
“Our determination in the legitimate defense of Yemen until freedom and independence are achieved,” General Saree stressed.
According to previous reports on Sunday, four ballistic Yemeni missiles and seven drones laden with explosives hit designated targets in the city of Khamis Mushait in the Southwestern province of Asir and Abha, the capital city of Asir.
The reports added that King Khalid Airbase in Khamis Mushait and the Abha International Airport were targeted during the retaliatory assault.
The Saudi-led coalition, however, claimed on Monday it had intercepted and destroyed the rockets and drones. The coalition did not report any casualties.
The attack came after Saudi fighter jets pounded the Washhah district in Hajjah on Sunday, leaving ten civilians dead and two others injured.