Iranian Politicians to expose Mullah regime’s role in Saudi Aramco attacks


Washington — The Iranian politicians of NCRI party will be scheduling a press conference on Monday in Washington to expose Iranian regime’s hand in the 9/14 Saudi Aramco attacks based on intelligence data obtained from inside Iran.

Mojahedin newsagency reported that, the politicians of National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) will present new evidence obtained by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) inside Iran to prove the Iranian regime’s role in the September 14th cruise missile and drone attacking targeting Saudi Arabian oil facilities.

“The press conference will shed further light on Tehran’s missile activities and warmongering,” it added.

This press conference is set to begin at 10 am Eastern Standard Time (EST), 4 pm Central European Time, at the National Press Club, 529 14th Street, Washington DC.

U.S Secretary of State Department Mike Pompeo tweeted on the day of the attack that Iran is behind nearly 100 attacks on Saudi Arabia while Rouhani and Zarif pretend to engage in diplomacy.

The leading opposition voice Maryam Rajavi tweeted that the clerical regime’s attack on Saudi oil installations is an act of war.

U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham tweeted that Iran is not interested in peace, while it’s creating havoc in the Middle-east.

Saudi Aramco’s oil installations in Abqaiq in the eastern province were attacked by Iranian drones on September 14. Houthi militias in Yemen claimed the responsibility of the attacks, however initial investigations revealed that the attacks were made by Iran, and the Houthis took the responsibility to purposefully divert the attention.

Share post:



For Kuwait’s new emir, Saudi ties are seen as key

Kuwait (Reuters) - Sheikh Meshal al-Ahmad al-Sabah was named...

Pope Francis deplores Israeli killings of civilians at Gaza church

Vatican City (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Sunday again...

Palestinians must find new path from Israeli rule after war, top official says

Ramallah (Reuters) - Immediately after Israel's war in Gaza...

Israel says it struck Hezbollah sites after attacks from Lebanon

Jerusalem/Beirut (Reuters) - Israel said on Sunday it had...