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Nassema Alsadah Sep 14
My name is Nassema Alsadah I advocated for women’s rights in and due to that I’m in jail, far from my two special needs son and daughter and my loved ones.
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Charles Shoebridge Sep 14
For years US UK media have largely ignored every day attacking , killing thousands of civilians with US UK supplied arms. But when Houthi rebels hit back at Saudis, for US UK media it’s a chance to blame and make it front page news
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عـبدالرحمن ع. الخميس Sep 14
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Hananya Naftali 22h
-backed terrorists attack the world's largest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia. The Iranian regime is not about diplomacy, it's about war. It should be met with an iron fist.
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Will Meade Sep 14
Seriously go get gas fill up all your cars this weekend before, gasoline prices sky rocket Monday.
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Geraldo Rivera 15h
has been viciously using American-supplied bombs to slaughter civilians. But what goes around in asymmetrical War, often comes around. Now Saudi’s sprawling $ multi-billion dollar oil facilities are being taken out w drones costing $15K. They have it coming.
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Lesley Abravanel🆘 9h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
So basically your presidency is being split between Putin, and . Hmm did you go to Jared? All kidding aside, this is fcked up. You are a demented traitor. Resign.
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Elijah J. Magnier Sep 14
The is trying to hide its inadequate inefficient military equipment (i.e. Patriot and its own radars in Saudi) because drones flew 1200 km for many hours above to hit their objectives without being intercepted. Too embarrassing
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CracksTruth 🇨🇳 Sep 14
EXCLUSIVE : Behind the scene of Saudis Aramco drone attack!
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jeroen blokland Sep 14
The price of may move towards USD 80 as a drone attack cuts ’s production in half. That would be more than 30% higher than the current price!
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Alexis Sep 13
this takes me back to the gulf war multiple strategic targets have been hit in
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Israr H Raisani Sep 14
I couldn’t believe but yes that’s . Not just religious tourism but also adventure, culture & heritage, business, water and honeymoon tourism should be promoted by KSA.
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🇸🇬 Aleph 🕯️ א 🇸🇬 Sep 13
1/ Buqayq (Abqaiq) Aramco facilities are on fire. So far, there is a gag order with a serious punishment for publishing anything about it. Will post some stuff that the source deleted in fear of getting punished. Can't confirm anything ATM, Will wait for Sat Imagery
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John Marquee Sep 13
A little over an hour ago reports started coming out of of a large explosion at an Aramco compound in . Videos of large fires in an industrial area with gunfire audible in the background soon emerged on social media. [short thread]
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Babak Taghvaee 10h
: My analysis on satellite images. 13 Quds cruise missiles (a variant of Soumar) hit their targets precisely at 's oil facility in , with a heading angle of 280° to 330° showing that they had been coming from Northwest ().
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Quaker Nana 7h
Are we taking orders from now? sounds like junior high. We are talking about putting lives in danger. Please let cooler heads prevail.
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Javier Blas 10h
BREAKING: ⬆️ Brent crude up $10.94 (or 18%) to $71.16 a barrel as market opens in the wake of the Saudi attacks
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Javier Blas 12h
BREAKING: U.S. government releases satellite pictures showing the surgical strike against the Saudi oil facility of Abqaiq — direct hits on the critical spheroids used to treat the crude | 🇸🇦 🛢⛽️ Here’s our latest update, with
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#PakistanZindabad 🇵🇰 12h
Detailed satellite photos of damage to oil and gas facility released.
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Dilyana Gaytandzhieva 14h
I traced Islamic State weapons back to their suppliers - the Government and . Leaked arms dealers’ passports reveal who supplies terrorists in Yemen: Serbia files (Part 3) via
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