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Serious weaknesses in Saudi defense systems revealed by Aramco attacks


Capitals-Sana successive consequences of attacks on two facilities of the Saudi Aramco oil company in eastern Saudi Arabia


Successive consequences of the attacks on two Aramco oil facilities in eastern Saudi Arabia on September 14, manifested the political side of a new escalation in the Gulf region after the rush of US President Donald Trump and the Saudi regime to exploit what is going on by taking more hostile measures against Iran as it became clear The military detects fragile gaps and serious weaknesses in Saudi defense systems.

The inability of the Saudi regime and its defense systems to respond to the drone attacks on Aramco has dominated the attention of Western newspapers, where the British newspaper Times said that the attacks "exposed the weaknesses of Saudi Arabia and cast doubt on the effectiveness of its defense systems and modern defense systems."

The special air defense system that protects Saudi Abqaiq oil processing plant has been unable to intercept the drones, indicating serious security flaws, the Times said.

The Financial Times also confirmed that the timing of the attacks was not in the interest of the Saudi regime, which wants to divert world attention from the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at his country's consulate in Istanbul last October.

The attacks have caused Saudi Arabia's biggest decline in oil production in 86 years, and the Saudi regime, in the wake of the attacks, has forced wealthy families to buy initial stakes from the company in a bid to build a picture of confidence in the company's shares and assets. .

Trump did not miss the opportunity to exploit the attacks on Aramco, as he was quick to extort money from the Saudi regime by suggesting that the latter is unable to provide protection for his facilities without US support, and the Pentagon announced that it is preparing to send hundreds of US soldiers and weapons to Saudi Arabia in the background of the attacks will not be Obviously, of course, Trump's interest is limited to getting money and this is what drives him to deal with the Saudi regime and cover up its ongoing violations, especially its continued aggression on Yemen.

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Source: sena

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