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Martin Timothy

Iran Says There is "No Evidence" Tehran Attacked Oil Tankers June 13, 2019

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Deja vu ..


Zionist Jews and American war mongers have been carrying out provocations and making warlike noises against Iran since forever ..


Any attack will firstly slaughter a great many indigenous Iranian ppl, as well it will give the Iranian defenders real reason to sink the US battle fleets and to nuke American cities in just retaliation, which is what the Zionist plan has been all along.

An oil tanker is seen after it was attacked at the Gulf of Oman, June 13, 2019.


The Norwegian owned Front Altair and the Japanese owned Kokuka Courageous suffered significant damage after explosions while they were at sea in the Strait of Hormuz, crews abandoned ship and left the vessels adrift between Gulf Arab states and Iran.

The US Military released footage they said showed Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps removing an unexploded mine from the side of one of the stricken tankers, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the US was jumping “to make allegations” against Tehran.


NewYorkTimes - Tankers Are Attacked in Mideast, US Says Video Shows Iran Was Involved.


"According to the Tradewinds shipping broadsheet, the Norwegian owned Front Altair was struck by a torpedo off the UAE coast about 70 nautical miles from the UAE and 14 nautical miles from Iran .. what possible benefit could Iran hope to gain by involvement in the above incidents? Clearly nothing whatever."

"It’s reminiscent of the August 2, 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident, a US staged False Flag that initiated full scale conflict in Southeast Asia, at the time Congressional passage of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution empowered Lyndon Johnson to take all measures he believed necessary to repel aggression without formally declaring war." StephenLendman.

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