you don’t have to worry about me being in support of such strikes!
Not only major oil fields in KSA would be easy targets but desalination plants by the Persian Gulf... I believe that was the signal Iran sent via the Houthis with their attack on the desalination plant a few days ago.
KSA has a lot to lose in any US attack against Iran, which is why I am surprised they take such a vocal hardline against Iran. They should call for de-escalation and stay out of it rather than risk being attacked as you mention
Houthis don't have an advanced military capability come on now. Do you think they would be able to disturb water supply or cause noticeable damage to desalination?
Desalination plants of Saudi Arabia lie on the other side of the country, mostly on the red sea.
Have you heard of the SSSP Saudi Strategic Storage Program? It started in 1988 and completed in 2008.
This means an abundance of water and fuel in case of war for years to come.
here is a video of the project
I don't think Saudi Arabia will be a sitting duck. I think you should not underestimate Saudi Arabia military capability, the most advanced Airforce in the middle east and the second largest F-15 fleet operator after the United States (F-15SA/C/D/S), Eurofighter Typhoon, Tornados, AWACS, aerial refueling capabilities, Apaches and Blackhawks. Not to mention Saudi very sophisticated air defense operating both THAAD and Patriot.
The United States also has the F-22/F-35 and the B-52 all in large numbers stationed in the United Arab Emirates. The US also has the fifth fleet stationed in Bahrain and the largest US base outside the US is located in Qatar. We can go on and on about US bases in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait, the UK bases in Oman, France navy in the Gulf. Not a chance for Iran to penetrate the Saudi missile shield. Iran might be able to score a few hits but soon will be turned into ashes. Truth hurts my friend. All those countries stationed there are to ensure oil is kept flowing. Saudi might call a few "Arab and Islamic" countries as well.
My question to you now is, can Iran handle it?