Iran And Israel In The World’s Most Dangerous Game Of Battleship

   

SouthFront Military Analysis

 

Published on Apr 8, 2021

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Israeli and Iranian ships in the Red Sea have been subject to regular attacks in recent weeks and months.

Tel Aviv and Tehran blame each other but with little evidence to support either side’s claims.

On April 6th, an Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) cargo ship was struck in an unknown manner, in the area between the coasts of Yemen and Eritrea.

Some sources claimed that it had been struck below the waterline, meaning that it had been hit by a magnetic mine.

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