Kavkaz, February 15 - A Saudi wing of al-Qaeda has issued a call for attacks on the oil facilities of nations which supply oil to the
Canadian energy sector officials said they were taking the threat seriously but hadn't raised security levels.
"Targeting oil interests includes production wells, export pipelines, oil terminals and tankers and that can reduce
The group was behind February 2006 attack on the Abqaiq oil facility in
A Canadian minister said the al-Qaeda group's message was being regarded with importance.
"We take the threat seriously. We've always said that we're not immune to possibilities of terrorism," Stockwell Day, public safety minister, said.
The al-Qaeda group also vowed new attacks in
"For some time now, we have been preparing some quality attacks which will shake the foundations of the crusaders [Westerners] in the
Al Qaeda leaders have repeatedly called for attacks on oil installations to block supplies to the West, for what they see as a US-led war against Islam. Agencies