Attack on Saudi oil infrastructure brings Sunni-Shia conflict to a new level


A nightmare scenario is starting to unfold in the Middle East, as major damage has been inflicted on a huge oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia, cutting 5 million barrels a day of oil from world markets, and halving Saudi output. Iran-backed Shia Houthi insurgents, currently fighting a war with Sunni Saudi forces in Yemen, claimed responsibility, but the US is blaming Iran. The Mullahs actively want Armageddon so their 12th Mahdi can return and bring about the end of the world.