In Videos: Impact Of Houthi Strike On Saudi Aramco Oil Facilities

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In Videos: Impact Of Houthi Strike On Saudi Aramco Oil Facilities

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On September 14, the Houthis (Ansar Allah) carried out a successful attack on Buqayq and Khurais facilities of Saudi Arabia’s oil giant  Saudi Aramco. The attack disrupted Saudi Arabia’s oil output impacting 5 million barrels per day of oil production.

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  • xTheWarrior22

    Beautiful footage! Must have hurt the Saudi child butchers very much.

  • AJ

    MBS should consider ending the futile Yemen war he must know he cant win it – we will only see more of these attacks.

    • Icarus Tanović

      Only when a cruise missile strikes on of his mansions…

    • d’Artagnan

      It beggars belief that the Saudis are so devoid of rational thinking that they are wasting billions on a lost war and now getting hit at home. There is a vacuum of common sense in the family run criminal enterprise.

  • Saso Mange

    Seeing how Houtis hit whatever they target makes me wonder about effectiveness of anti air defense systems which SA gets from USA & Israel. No wonder that Iron Dome was labeled as ineffective by many studies.

    • democritos

      they hit rarely. and you read only this.

      • Saso Mange

        They managed to hit where it matters. Apply some critical thinking here please.
        Would you say that major oil installation is protected because SA is in war? Actually it’s on SA eastern coast for God’s sake man.
        I bet that it was protected but it is also burning isn’t it? Your comment is not even proper attack to my claim so i am not even sure what your point is?

      • d’Artagnan

        Can you please explain, what they were supposed to have hit? even by basic impact assessment, this seems to be a very successful low cost strike with 100% target hit and global impact on oil prices is already having severe consequences.

      • opet ja

        This facility is a top strategic one. So any attack on it should be suppressed. Obviously Saudis don’t have adequate system to deal with drone or small caliber missiles attack.

  • Jacob Wohl’s Nose

    you know the Houthis did something right when all neocon zionist warhawks come out simultaneously calling for war with Iran

    • Saso Mange

      Houtis managed to hit in the hearth of petrodolar power :)

      • gryzor84

        And that was the Houthis, and a strike power and tech level being only a small fraction of Iran’s. And some genius prince called MbS said they could take on Iran in a matter of…. “hours” barely a couple weeks back :D

        • Jacob Wohl’s Nose

          on dozens of occasions, a single platoon of Houthi rebels (25-40 men) have ambushed and completely annihilated large battalion convoys of Saudi soldiers with Bradley tanks, MRAPs, humvees. and the saudi rats think they stand even a small chance against Iran. LOL

          • And the Houthis tend to enter the battle with barest gear for saving on weight. It proves you will fight better if you lose weight.

    • FlorianGeyer

      Indeed, and with NO attempt at any investigation, and even if Iran was involved, it would be a fair response to all the US Empire of Terror attacks recently on Iranian forces.

  • Jacob Wohl’s Nose

    look how fast Zionists/Muricans come to the defense of wahabbi Saudi arabia…same nation who attacked them on 9/11

    • LR captain

      i wonder why pinocchio is banned in israel

      its just a story about a puppet who’s nose gets bigger every time he lies

    • ruca

      9/11 was an inside job. Follow your nose.

    • ruca
      • Saso Mange

        those pictures, sometimes give me good laugh :D

        while i do not like stereotypes and racial jokes when it’s about Zionist scumbags i must approve :)

        • FlorianGeyer

          I laugh whenever I see them :)

      • Jacob Wohl’s Nose

        LOL

      • Jacob Wohl’s Nose

        how could you insult an innocent bird that badly

        • Saso Mange

          lol, yeah poor birdie man :D

  • Icarus Tanović

    Smoking some Wahhabi junk.

  • alejandro casalegno

    i love the smell of the saudi Aramco burning in the morning………………………

  • d’Artagnan

    The easy destruction of Saudi oil facilities is an indictment of the trillions of dollars of worthless US and western weaponry that has been peddled to this corrupt and inept family run kleptocracy for a century now.

    • Blucross

      Worthless weaponry ??

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    once houthis are done taking out all of SA’s oil facilities/refineries, next up on the menu should be MBS palace

    • d’Artagnan

      Infrastructure, airports and ports will have more impact. The Saudi economy is run by foreigners and slave labor and if their safety is jeopardized, the inept kingdom will collapse. Perhaps, the Yemenis can give a fair warning for foreigners to pack up or be hit.

      • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

        but hitting/killing the scumbags who started this war, would be so correct lol

      • FlorianGeyer

        The Houthi’s have already advised foreign workers to leave the Kingdom.

        That is built on shifting sand :)

    • verner

      mbs will be a head shorter by that time and his cousins/siblings suing for peace – in vain hopefully!

  • bla

    This is simply incredible, what an operation 1/2 of their production down, 5 million barrels per day lost? stocks going down ? WTF !! , what a master blow, blessings to the Brave Houthis and the REAL Yemeni Army, Next bombing will be King´s Palace.

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    hahahahaha damn that sucks!!!!! oh well you deserve it saudi scumshits!!!! get used to it lol

  • Blucross

    Thank You Mr Trump for RUSHING us into war with IRAN.
    The Houthis have been battling Saudi Arabian troops in Yemen for years and it does not make sense Iran would bomb SA when important meetings are so close.