According to various news reports, Iran reportedly approved of the attack on Saudi oil facilities.
The recent attack on Saudi oil facilities was approved by Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, but only on the condition that it be carried out in a way that made it possible to deny Iranian involvement, a U.S. official told CBS News.
Saudi Arabia on Wednesday displayed wreckage of what it said were Iranian cruise missiles and drones. The circuit boards can be reverse engineered to determine the exact route the weapons flew. But U.S. officials said the most damning evidence is still unreleased satellite photos showing the Iranian Revolutionary Guard making preparations for the attack at Ahvaz Air Base in southwestern Iran.
From there, the weapons flew through Kuwaiti airspace some 400 miles to their targets in Saudi Arabia. The satellite photos were of no use in stopping the attack since their significance was not realized until after the fact. “We were caught completely off guard,” one U.S. official said.
Granted this is coming from sources in the United States government, but who wouldn’t approve of this attack? The Saudis certainly deserved it considering what they’ve been doing.
The Saudis have been responsible for committing literal genocide in Yemen over the past several years.
And then we have the fact that 15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers came from Saudi Arabia. Families of 9/11 victims have even sued the Saudi government for assisting the hijackers.
The Saudis are evil. It’s actually sick that the United States maintains a friendly relationship with these disgusting camel-rapers.
The only reason such a relationship exists is because Saudi Arabia is a proxy of Israel and Israel controls the United States government.
If sanity were to prevail we’d tell the Saudis to choke on their oil supply. It’s not like we need their oil considering America’s domestic energy production has greatly increased in recent years.
So long story short, the Iranians are right to approve of the attacks that destroyed those Saudi oil facilities.