Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah warned Saudi Arabia that Iran would "destroy it" in the event of war, calling on Riyadh and Abu Dhabi to stop the war in Yemen instead of buying more air defense systems to protect their territory.
Nasrallah said in a televised speech that buying new air defenses would not help secure the kingdom from drones such as those used in the September 14 attacks on Saudi Aramco's eastern facilities, which have halved Saudi oil production. , Causing panic in global oil markets.
Washington has accused Iran of being behind the attacks on Aramco's facilities. Riyadh authorities said Iranian weapons were used to attack the facilities, and Tehran has denied any responsibility.
Your house is glass
Nasrallah said that "the war on Iran is not a bet because they will destroy you, you are your home of glass and your economy of glass like the glass cities in the UAE."
The purchase of a new air defense system to protect all Saudi airspace "would be very expensive and would not be feasible," he said.
He warned that the use of the Americans and British "will only lead to destruction, and the axis is very strong, and what happened in Aramco is an indication of its strength."
Nasrallah considered that targeting the Houthis Aramco is a very important event, shaking the region and leaving resonance and significant repercussions in the world.
Saudi Arabia is expected to look for suppliers other than America to buy radar systems capable of detecting low-altitude drones that are made from non-detectable materials with conventional radars that Riyadh has.