Drone Attack on Saudi Arabia

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Drone Attack on Saudi Arabia

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Jasmine Lee, Staff Writer

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On September 14, multiple drones and missiles attacked Saudi Arabia’s oil factory and an oil field. This attack greatly impacted oil production. It increased gas prices and declined oil production. The drones attacked Hijra Khurais, one of Saudi Arabia’s largest oil factories, and Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia’s biggest crude oil stabilization factory. This tragedy destroyed 5.7 million barrels of crude oil.

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“My thoughts are Saudi Arabia is corrupt and I don’t like the idea of arming them,” says Ms. Neufeld, a seventh-grade science teacher.

Shutting down the Saudi Arabian oil factories for even just a couple of days can decline oil production and increase gas prices. Hopefully, the facilities will recover and the gas prices will subside. 

“The best view comes after the hardest climb,” says Chantee Nguyen, a 7th-grade student attending McAuliffe Middle School. What Nguyen means is that now the worst has passed, the best is bound to come.