"The decision was made to attack Saudi Arabia's oil facilities by the Iranian leadership and the Revolutionary Guards' forces did so," said Ali Reza Jafarzadeh, deputy head of the National Council of Resistance and Iranian opposition forces.
He said he obtained the relevant information from MKO representatives and claimed: "This decision was taken by the Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and all senior Iranian officials, including senior IRGC command staff, were planning and executing this. Operations have been involved. "
Jafarzadeh told a source that the information was obtained by the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization network based in Iran. They received this information from sources in the Iranian government, including inside the IRGC.
On September 14, Saudi Aramco oil refineries in eastern Saudi Arabia were attacked by drones. The attack was claimed by Ansarullah fighters (Houthis). Earlier, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had announced Tehran's possible involvement in the attacks. According to him, the attacks were not carried out in Yemen. The Iranian Foreign Ministry denied the allegations, saying that US policy had shifted from "maximum pressure" to "maximum lies."