Between Iran’s continued denial of any evidence of its involvement in targeting an Israeli oil tanker off the coast of Oman a few days ago, and the insistence of major countries to accuse it, the media Local Jews posted pictures of the damaged ship.
And the Israeli channel “13” reported the prime images of the ship “Mercer Street” attacked near Oman, revealing the damage caused by the suicide march to the leadership bridge, according to the channel.
This happened when Israel announced it had prove reports confirming Tehran’s involvement in targeting the ship in the Arabian Sea.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett revealed that Iran is trying cowardly to evade responsibility for targeting the ship, as he said.
He explained that Iran attacked the ship with drones and wanted to hit an Israeli target, but the incident led to the killing of a British citizen and a Romanian citizen, noting that the attack was a reminder to the world. of the “Iranian aggression”, according to an American site.
He also stressed that such operations not only pose a threat to Israel, but also affect international interests and the freedom of maritime navigation.
An appropriate American response and Britain is threatening
In turn, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced on Sunday that he was confident of Iran’s involvement in targeting an Israeli-linked oil tanker off the coast of Oman, threatening Tehran with an “appropriate response”.
He said in a statement that the attack on the Israeli tanker was not justified, adding that the United States was working with partners and regional governments to discuss next steps and formulate an appropriate response.
This came just hours after British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab accused Iran of responsibility for the “deliberate and targeted” attack on an Israeli-linked oil tanker off the Oman Sea on Sunday.
He added that Britain is working in collaboration with its international partners to give a strong response to this unacceptable attack.
He also stressed that Iran must stop such attacks and that ships must be able to navigate according to international law.
Interestingly, the Iranian Foreign Ministry denied Tehran’s involvement in the attack on Sunday, as its spokesman denounced Israel’s allegations as “unfounded”.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said in a press conference on Sunday that Israel should stop these baseless accusations.
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