We Suspect that Egypt has denied Iranian oil tanker SABITI from delivering Iranian crude oil to Syria by blocking access to the Suez Canal due to sanctions on Iran. These deliveries were ignored by UK or USA since AD1’s arrest on July 4th, 2019. Radio Farda indicated that “The international media quickly picked up rapid-fire reports from Iranian media, which soon proved to be full of contradictions, negations and even the use of photos from incidents in the past”. Iran’s National Oil Company said that two missiles targeted oil tanker SINOPA and caused an explosion. The source of this information … Continue reading Iran’s Oil Tanker SABITI Attacks Saudi Arabia
Political pondents have been juggling this notion that Saudi Arabia is not a US ally. These comments are surfacing during an immanent retaliation from the Saudi to a direct attack from Iran. To answer this question we need to first see what has Iran provide the United States for the U.S. to not stand by Iran’s enemies. Iran linked to deaths of 500 U.S. troops in Iraq, Afghanistan. On November 4, 1979, Iranian students seized the embassy and detained more than 50 Americans, ranging from the Chargé d’Affaires to the most junior members of the staff, as hostages. The Iranians … Continue reading Is Saudi Arabia a U.S. Ally?
There is a vast world of possibilities between doing absolutely nothing in response to Iran’s attacks on Saudi Arabia and the hijacking of vessels and a total nuclear war or whatever it is that Iranian propagandists are selling. The U.S. has not bothered going to the Security Council and demanding Iran be treated like a pariah state and an outlaw; it has not de-Swifted Iran, it has not penalized China for its oil trade or Qatar for its lucrative gas trade with Iran. It has turned a blind eye to Iranian officials gallivanting across Iraq, Qatar, and surrounding areas. It … Continue reading Where do we Draw The Line?
Dictator Ali Khamenei like Saddam Hussein before him is expected to fire all his weapons on Saudi Arabia mainly targeting oilfields. He is also expected to pour as much oil as possible into the Arabian Gulf causing an unprecedented environmental catastrophe. His final act would be setting fire to all oil fields in Iran and Iraq through the IRGC. Saudi Arabia must act and protect itself from Iran. Currently, Iran has Saudi Arabia surrounded. On the north border there Iran’s proxies Hizballah in Lebanon and The IRGC in Iraq. At the southern border of Saudi, Iran’s proxy the Houthis are launching … Continue reading Iran’s Expected Behavior If Confronted Militarily
A drone attack was carried out at dawn of this Saturday morning. According to Qatar’s Al Jazeera news outlet, the drones were launched from Yemen by Iran’s proxy the Houthi rebel group. Aljazeera is popular terrorist propaganda outlet used previously by Bin laden. Eyewitnesses in Al Salim area located south of Kuwait between Iraq and Saudi borders have seen the drones flying at low altitude to avoid radar detection. We have calculated the position where the drones were launched and they appear to have been launched south of Nasiriyah in Iraq. Adjunct Professor at George Washington University’s Elliott School for … Continue reading Calculations Reveal Source of Drone Attack on Saudi Aramco Oil Refineries
There has been multiple video reports of multiple explosions at Saudi Aramco’s Oil Refinery facility located in the city of Abqaiq. The fire has been quickly controlled with the cause of the incident still unknown. Saudi Twitter users with family and friends working at the facility are reporting no human casualties. An official statement by the Saudi Government regarding the incident is going to be released soon. However, One Saudi Journalist has stated in a tweet that this was a drone attack. The alleged drones also targeted the city of khurais city. Other twitter users at the site have report … Continue reading Multiple Explosions Reported at Saudi Aramco Oil Refinery
On 2 October 2018 at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Saudi dissident/journalist Jamal Khashoggi went missing after going into the Saudi consulate. Erdogan found a great opportunity to carry out a character assassination of Saudi’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. There has been a cold war brewing for some time now between the two countries. It started with Turkey’s president Erdogan self-proclaiming himself as the caliphate for all Muslims and demanding that the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah should not be under Saudi’s jurisdiction. This clearly encroaches Saudi as a sovereign nation. Khashoggi’s death is still debatable since there has been a … Continue reading Saudi Arabia’s Response to Turkey’s Character Assassination Campaign Against MBS
Today a Turkish newspaper published the transcripts detailing the killing of Saudi dissident/journalist Jamal Khashoggi. This is the same newspaper along with many other mainstream media outlets who promoted that Hatice Cengiz, who was allegedly holding on to Khashoggi’s smart phone, is his fiancée which was then exposed to be untrue. The original report by Turkish media was that the recording was obtained by Khashoggi’s apple watch through Bluetooth connection to his phone which was also debunked as impossible to do since the Apple Watch did not have cellular connections at the time. Turkish intelligence are now releasing the transcripts … Continue reading Transcripts Detailing Khashoggi’s Killing Inside The Saudi Consulate in Istanbul are Leaked but…
The Ministry of Energy is one of the governmental bodies of Saudi Arabia and part of the cabinet. The ministry has the function of developing and implementing policies concerning petroleum and related products. Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman is the son of King Salman of Saudi Arabia. He is the first member of the royal family to be appointed as Minister of Energy. He joined the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources in the late 1980s. Energy markets, particularly through participation in OPEC meetings, and in shaping their policies. The new minister headed the team formed by the Ministry of Petroleum … Continue reading Who is Saudi’s New Energy Minister?