Nasrallah to Saudi Arabia and UAE: the war on Iran will destroy you

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The Secretary General of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, said that the Aramco attacks indicate the strength of the resistance axis and its willingness to go far in defending itself, saying that the war on Iran would mean the destruction of Saudi Arabia.

Nasrallah pointed out on Friday that the international attitudes towards these attacks showed that oil is more expensive than blood, and asked Saudi Arabia and the UAE to ask: “If one strike on your facilities has led to what led to it, what about the results of other strikes?”

Nasrallah warned Saudi Arabia against betting on the war against Iran, and urged Riyadh and the United Arab Emirates to stop the war in Yemen instead of buying more air defenses.

In a televised speech, Nasrallah called on Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to be prudent. “Don’t bet on the war against Iran because it will destroy you. Reason, your economy is glass and your houses are glass,” he said.

“Trump, who you are betting on, is begging for a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.”

He added that the air defense systems do not work in the face of marches and the cost is very high, saying that stopping the war on Yemen is “more honorable to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates than humiliation of America.”

Nasrallah demanded that those who condemn the attacks “Aramco” solidarity with the Yemeni people in the face of the siege.

Earlier on Saturday, Saudi Arabia was attacked by two oil facilities of the giant oil company “Aramco” in the east of the country, namely the Abqaiq oil refinery and the Khurais migration field, which was adopted by the Yemeni Houthi group Ansar Allah, which said the operation was carried out by 10 drones. .

Riyadh has accused Iran of being behind the attack, but Tehran has denied the charges.

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