Saudi Arabia Blames Iran For Ordering Attacks On Saudi Oil Interests

The National: Saudi Arabia blames Iran for ordering pipeline attack as coalition strikes Sanaa

The strikes follow seven Houthi drone strikes on the Kingdom’s oil infrastructure

Just hours after the Arab Coalition struck Houthi military targets in Sanaa, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al Jubeir directly blamed Iran for recent Houthi drone attacks on the kingdom’s oil infrastructure.

Air strikes by the Saudi-led Arab Coalition struck nine military targets across the Houthi-rebel held Yemeni capital, in an apparent response to a Houthi drone attack on Saudi oil installations.

Mr Al Jubeir also said the Houthis are “an indivisible part of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps and subject to the IRGC’s orders,” a connection he said was confirmed by the strikes on Saudi Aramco infrastructure.


Update: Saudis accuse Iran of ordering Yemen rebel oil attack (Daily Star).

WNU Editor: Some in Saudi Arabia want the U.S. to launch air strikes against Iran …. America ‘should launch surgical strikes against Iran’, says Saudi state newspaper as tensions spiral in the Middle East (Daily Mail). More here …. Saudi paper urges military strikes against Iran (Jerusalem Post). Not surprising, Iranian hardliners want to launch attacks against Saudi Arabia and the UAE … Iranian Hardliners Suggest More Attacks On UAE And Saudi Interests (Radio Farda).

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