Pulpit & Pen now has a list of the evangelicals who met with the Saudi Prince just prior to the oilfield attack.
Religion News services reported, “Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met Tuesday (Sept. 10) with a delegation of American evangelical Christians in the Red Sea city of Jiddah as the kingdom works to forge closer ties with an influential electoral base in the U.S. that could be crucial to the 2020 elections.”
(Pulpit & Pen) Just days before Saudi Arabia suffered a major terrorist attack that is currently being blamed upon Iran, the Saudi Crown Prince privately flew in powerful American evangelicals, and then rushed them again out of the country before the attacks occurred.
Today, the American press is reporting that intelligence agencies are saying that the attack on a major Saudi oil facility was launched from Iran. Almost immediately after half of Saudi Arabia’s oilfield was taken off-line, Houthi rebels in Yemen, who are backed by Tehran, took credit for the attack. American officials, including those in the Trump Administration, are indeed indicating that the attack was orchestrated by Iran.
U.S. officials have described 17 “points of impact” on the refinery facility, and satellite imagery of the aftermath show regular, accurate points of impact on the facilities that were done either by mid-range missiles or drone strikes.