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Tags: iran attack | israeli election | benjamin netanyahu | lisa daftari | saudi arabia | oil

Analyst: Iran's Mullahs May Have Just Re-Elected Netanyahu

A satellite image shows thick black smoke rising from Saudi Aramco's Abqaiq oil processing facility following a drone attack.(Planet Labs Inc via AP, File)

By    |   Monday, 16 September 2019 06:54 PM EDT

The Iranian strike against Saudi Arabia's oil facilities is likely to backfire, and may even contribute to the re-election of Iran’s arch enemy in the region, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to a top expert on Iran and the Middle East.

Lisa Daftari, founder and editor-in-chief of ForeignDeskNews.com, tells Newsmax in an exclusive interview that the attack U.S. officials squarely blame on Iran was intended to embarrass Netanyahu at a critical time -- but instead will work to his advantage in Tuesday’s elections.

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The Iranian strike against Saudi Arabia's oil facilities is likely to backfire, and may even contribute to the re-election of Iran's arch enemy in the region, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to a top expert on Iran and the Middle East.Lisa Daftari,...
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