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Iran will get 'punitive strikes' - review from the US

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It is very clear that Iran is behind the attacks on Saudi Arabia because of the precision of the missiles and drones that were used in a mixed package for delivery on a pinpoint strike on Aramco key facilities.

Dr. Theodore Karasik senior advisor Gulf State analytics Washington DC told this to during his comment on pinpoint strike on Aramco key facilities of Saudi Arabia.

According to his state, this is a blatant and worst-case scenario attack on Saudi oil production and it is the one scenario that many analysts and Scholars have been working on for several decades:

"What Iran has done is to show all its cards in terms of its precision of being able to attack and also to be able to get away with the attack without any kind of air defense. This is a strike on everybody's interest in terms of energy and it's a delivery to customers. Even though the U.S. is in an excellent position on the oil Market it is America's allies that are impacted as well as specifically in East Asia. So, therefore, a response by the US. is going to be a mix of diplomatic pressure including more maximum pressure tactics up plus also potentially punitive strikes against IRGC targets. This type of strike cannot go unanswered because of the seriousness of the situation."

2019.09.16 / 17:23
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