Under the Trump Administration, Iran was on it’s knees. They were bankrupt and isolated, as peace agreements were being signed between Israel and the Gulf states. In addition, Iran’s leaders believed that the Trump Administration would exercise a military option against Iran’s nuclear program if necessary. Those days are long gone. Today, the Biden Administration is working diligently to re-enter the JCPOA, as Iran’s leaders continue to cause utter chaos in the Middle East.
Expect the Middle East to become a much more turbulent and dangerous place in the months and years ahead.
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Israel blames Iran for attack on tanker off Oman that killed two
Foreign Minister Yair Lapid tells his British counterpart Dominic Raab Iran is not Israel’s problem exclusively ‘It is an exporter of terrorism, destruction and instability’ says the world must not be silent in the face of harm to freedom of shipping
By Ynet, July 30, 2021
A Briton and a Romanian were killed when an Israeli-managed petroleum product tanker came under attack on Thursday off the coast of Oman, the company said on Friday, in an incident that Israel’s foreign minister blamed on Iran and said deserved a harsh response.
There were varying explanations for what happened to the Mercer Street, a Liberian-flagged, Japanese-owned ship, with Israeli-owned Zodiac Maritime describing the incident as “suspected piracy” and a source at the Oman Maritime Security Center as an accident that occurred outside Omani territorial waters.
Iran and Israel have traded accusations of attacking each other’s vessels in recent months and Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid said he had told Britain’s foreign secretary of the need for a tough response to the incident in which two crew members, one British and the other Romanian, were killed.“Iran is not just an Israeli problem, but an exporter of terrorism, destruction and instability that harms us all. The world must not be silent in the face of Iranian terrorism that also harms freedom of shipping,” Lapid said in a statement.U.S. and European sources familiar with intelligence reporting said Iran was their leading suspect for the incident, which a U.S. defense official said appeared to have been carried out by a drone, but stressed their governments were seeking conclusive evidence.Al Alam TV, the Iranian government’s Arabic-language television network, cited unnamed sources as saying the attack on the ship came in response to a suspected, unspecified Israeli attack on Dabaa airport in Syria.There was no immediate official reaction from Iran to the accusation that it may have been responsible.The assessment in Israel was that there were two attacks on the ship, spaced several hours apart. The first caused no damage, and the second hit the bridge, causing the casualties.It quoted an unnamed Israeli official as saying: “Israel will find it hard to turn a blind eye” to the attack.Tensions have risen in the Gulf region since the United States reimposed sanctions on Iran in 2018 after then-President Donald Trump withdrew Washington from Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal with major powers.The United States regards the possibility of Iran obtaining nuclear arms, an ambition Tehran denies, as a direct threat to its ally Israel.The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO), which provides maritime security information, said the attack was not piracy. The vessel was about 152 nautical miles (280 km) northeast of the Omani port of Duqm when it was attacked, it said
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