Bahrain says oil pipeline sabotaged by Iran-backed terrorists

Bahrain’s Interior Ministry Saturday afternoon accused Iran of communicating with and guiding those responsible for an oil pipeline explosion and fire near the village of Buri late Friday. It damaged cars and buildings. .No group has claimed the attack. Prosecutors have begun an investigation. Iran had no immediate comment. Bahrain’s Sunni-ruled government often blames Iran for stirring dissent in its restive Shiite-majority population. Bahrain is home to the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet.

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2 thoughts on “Bahrain says oil pipeline sabotaged by Iran-backed terrorists

  • Nov 12, 2017 @ 1:34 at 1:34
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    I’m not sure what’s better as a practical expression, “Iran-backed terrorists”, or “terrorists-backed Iran”. Please advice.

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  • Nov 12, 2017 @ 14:33 at 14:33
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    This introduces and opens up the Iranian petroleum industry around the Persian Gulf to sabotage by those who are against Iran since Iran has started this against others. If this industry is crippled, it will bring Iran down to its knees both economically.

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