|Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on November 12, 2017 at 2:50 PM|
A pipeline exploded into huge flames close to the Bahrainian capital, Manama
Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa tweeted it was 'dangerous escalation' by Iran
However a Iranian foreign ministry spokesperson rejected his 'lies' as 'childish'
Bahrain has accused Iran of blowing up a pipeline that temporarily stopped oil supplies from Saudi Arabia - but Tehran has rejected their 'lies' as 'childish'.
A huge explosion sent a towering inferno into the air, but Bahrain's foreign minister was quick to blame Iran for the fire, which broke out near the capital, Manama, early on Saturday.
'The attempt to blow up the Saudi-Bahraini pipeline is a dangerous escalation on Iran's part that aims to terrorise citizens and to harm the world oil industry,' Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa wrote on Twitter.
However, a spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry on Sunday rejected the accusations.
There's trouble brewing in the wind. Be ready.