Missile attack has hit Saudi’s Aramco Facility in Jeddah, according to local reports.
Iranian-backed Houthi militias fired missiles into Jeddah city on Friday afternoon, which was preparing for the upcoming Grand Prix 2022.
Aramco facility was hit and local sources confirmed to be on fire, as Jeddah airport halted its air traffic for a while.
— Jason Brodsky (@JasonMBrodsky) March 25, 2022
“Large fire at Aramco facility in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia after Houthi missile attack. It’s worth noting that the Formula 1 is in Jeddah this weekend”
Large fire at Aramco facility in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia after Houthi missile attack. It's worth noting that the Formula 1 is in Jeddah this weekend. pic.twitter.com/Ozk35ekuu0
— Kyle Glen (@KyleJGlen) March 25, 2022
Initial unconfirmed footage reportedly from an Aramco Facility in Jeddah. pic.twitter.com/Y7nAjh7SX8
— Aurora Intel (@AuroraIntel) March 25, 2022
— OHF News (@OHFNews) March 25, 2022
Houthi militias, backed by the Islamic Republic, have targeted several areas in Saudi Arabia today. Video circulating on social media shows ‘the attacks were aimed at a water supply system’ in Zahran Al Janub, ‘Asir Region, in Saudi Arabia.’
— Aleph א ?? (@no_itsmyturn) March 25, 2022
Firefighting operations are underway.
— واس العام (@SPAregions) March 25, 2022
Yemen’s Houthis confirmed attacking Saudi Aramco facilities on Friday. Saudi-led coalition said oil giant Aramco’s petroleum products distribution station in Jeddah was struck, causing a fire in two storage tanks but no casualties.
An eyewitness said a huge cloud of black smoke was seen rising over the Red Sea city where the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is taking place this weekend.
The Iran-aligned Houthis have intensified their attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities in recent weeks and ahead of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Aramco