Earlier on Sunday the Saudi-led coalition said the Iran-backed Houthis had fired projectiles at the kingdom and said a U.S. decision to revoke their terrorist designation had fueled rising attacks. It said had carried out retaliatory air strikes on Yemen’s capital, Sana’a, targeting the Houthis it has been battling for six years.The Houthis have stepped up assaults on Saudi Arabia and last week claimed it hit a Saudi Aramco fuel depot in Jeddah with a cruise missile. It wasn’t clear how much damage had been caused. While such assaults rarely result in extensive damage, their frequency has created unease in the Gulf, a region key to global oil production.
If the attack was launched from Iraq, that is (Iran seems unlikely- a ballistic missile launch would probably have been detected)#UPDATE: WSJ quotes advisor to the Saudi royal court who said he was briefed on today’s attacks: “All indications point to Iran,” he said. He said it wasn’t clear whether the origin was Iran or Iraq but that it hadn’t come from the direction of Yemen. Iran-Backed Houthi Rebels Say They Targeted Saudi Oil Port
Considering that such a detection would be considered "classified", it would be suppressed by the current administration since it isn't in "their" interest to make it public at the moment.
On January 23rd a drone attack was launched on the Saudi capital from Iraq, likely by Kataib Hezbollah. This drone attack which also used a ballistic missile is significant and would confirm reports Iranian-backed Iraqi Shia militias have ballistic missile capability
If the attack was launched from Iraq, that is (Iran seems unlikely- a ballistic missile launch would probably have been detected)
It further condemned what it called the "cowardly attack" that "targets energy supplies and security".
November Sierra Batman....With them tap dancing like that things are soon to go bright and loud. Idiots....