Israeli oil tanker: Naftali Bennett warns Iran that “the price of...

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During Naftali Bennett’s visit to the Northern Military District Command

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett escalated his tone toward Iran, against the backdrop of the attack on an oil tanker owned by an Israeli company near the shores of Oman, last week.

“The time to sit comfortably in Tehran and ignite the entire Middle East from there is over,” he said.

This statement came during Bennett’s visit on Tuesday to the headquarters of the Northern Military District, accompanied by the Chief of the IDF’s General Staff, Aviv Kohavi.

“We mobilize the world, but in parallel we also know how to act on our own,” Bennett said. “Iran knows what the price is when someone threatens our security.”

“Immediately after the Iranian attack on the ship, we shared our intelligence with our friends in the United States, Britain and other countries,” Bennett added.

The Israeli Prime Minister expressed his deep regret that “a representative of the European Union intends to attend the swearing-in ceremony of the new Iranian President Raisi (Thursday). Raisi is the most extremist Iranian president to date.”

He directed his words to the European Union, saying: “It is not possible to talk about human rights, honoring the killer and executioner who purged hundreds of opponents of the Iranian regime.”

The ship arrived at the ports of the Emirates.

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The Israeli oil tanker arrived at the ports of the Emirates.

On Monday, Iran said it would respond quickly to any threat to its security.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said Israel “must stop such baseless accusations” and called on the United States and Britain to provide evidence to support their allegations.

Khatibzadeh said that Iran “will not hesitate to protect its security and national interests, and will respond immediately and decisively to any possible adventure.”

Iran and Israel have accused each other of carrying out attacks on each other’s ships in recent months.

Britain summoned the Iranian ambassador and asked the ships to freely navigate the oil-rich region.

Tensions between Iran and Israel have risen since 2018, when US President Donald abandoned Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal with six world powers and reimposed economic sanctions that crippled the Iranian economy.

The United States, Britain and Israel blamed Iran for a suspected drone attack on Thursday that killed two of the ship’s crew, one British and one Romanian. Tehran denies any involvement in the attack.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken expected a “collective response” to the incident.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson described the incident as a “outrageous attack on commercial shipping”.

On Friday, July 30, the oil tanker operated by Israel, which was attacked, arrived in Emirati waters and was seen near the shores of the port of Fujairah on Tuesday.

An AFP correspondent reported that poor visibility due to high humidity made it difficult to see the damage caused to the ship when it was docked in the Gulf of Oman off the eastern coast of the Emirates.

The ship tracking service said that the ship, flying the Liberian flag, reached its berth at 2:47 am on Monday, according to local time.

The UAE, which normalized its relations with Israel last year, has not officially commented on the tanker incident.

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