More provocation from Iran. It is stunning that the Biden Administration would continue to negotiate a nuke deal with this terror regime. Watch Senator Cruz’s exchange with Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman re Iran below. And watch the statements from State Department spokesperson Ned Price as well.
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Today I asked @DeputySecState to name one significant sanction the Biden administration has enacted against Iran.
She didn’t. Because she can’t. pic.twitter.com/SANFvWb5Vh
— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) August 3, 2021
The Biden administration only has one policy on Iran: appeasement. It will consider no other policy. https://t.co/GG2TJUkURs
— Caroline Glick (@CarolineGlick) August 4, 2021
In the past 30 months, Iran has bombed, attacked, and seized tankers owned, operated, or flagged by:
🇦🇪 United Arab Emirates
🇰🇷 South Korea
🇬🇧 United Kingdom
🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia
— Gabriel Noronha (@GLNoronha) July 30, 2021
Iran suspected of carrying out hijack off UAE coast
Iran: The potential hijack of ships off coast of UAE is ‘suspicious’ • Possible attack follows attack on Israeli-managed tanker off coast of OmanBy Jerusalem Post, August 3, 2021
Iranian-backed forces are believed to have seized an oil tanker in the Gulf off the coast of the United Arab Emirates, three maritime security sources said, after Britain’s maritime trade agency reported a “potential hijack” in the area on Tuesday.Two of the sources identified the vessel as the Panama-flagged asphalt/bitumen tanker Asphalt Princess in an area in the Arabian Sea leading to the Strait of Hormuz, through which about a fifth of the world’s seaborne oil exports flow.Iran’s Foreign Ministry had earlier said reports of security incidents involving several ships near the UAE coast on Tuesday were “suspicious”, and it warned of any effort to create a “false atmosphere” against the Islamic Republic.Tensions have simmered in the region after an attack last week on an Israeli-managed tanker off the Omani coast killed two crew members and was blamed on Iran by the United States, Israel and Britain. Iran denied responsibility.The Bahrain-based US Navy’s Fifth Fleet and UAE authorities did not immediately reply to a Reuters request for comment about Tuesday’s incident.The United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO), in a warning notice based on a third-party source, had earlier reported a “potential hijack” and advised ships to exercise extreme caution due to an incident around 60 nautical miles east of the UAE’s Fujairah emirate.Britain’s Times newspaper also reported that the Asphalt Princess had been hijacked, citing British sources as saying they were “working on the assumption Iranian military or proxies boarded the vessel”.On Tuesday afternoon at least five ships in the sea between the UAE and Iran updated their AIS tracking status to “Not Under Command”, according to Refinitiv ship tracking data. Such a status generally indicates a ship is unable to maneuver due to exceptional circumstances.
Reuters could not confirm this Refinitiv data had any connection to the reported incident.The United States and Britain said on Sunday they would work with their allies to respond to last week’s attack on the Mercer Street, a Liberian-flagged, Japanese-owned petroleum product tanker managed by Israeli-owned Zodiac Maritime.Iran denied involvement in that suspected drone attack and said on Monday it would respond promptly to any threat against its security.Longtime adversaries Iran and Israel have exchanged accusations of carrying out attacks on each other’s vessels in recent months.Tensions have risen in Gulf waters and between Iran and Israel since 2018, when then-President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal with six world powers and reimposed sanctions that have crippled its economy.
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