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I didn't see this posted elsewhere so here goes. Please delete if it's old news. Israel retaliates for Iranian mine damaging Israeli tanker last week.

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This extreme scenario states that there is "an arsenal of weapons that will be directed against us," including: "Missiles and drones from Syria and Lebanon, ballistic rockets and cruise missiles from Iran and Iraq."

A second scenario also suggests launching "unmanned aerial vehicles and mortar shells from the Gaza Strip," explaining that the concern is that: "These compatible forces are taking advantage of the excellent military capabilities they possess to initiate a sudden operation, missile salvoes, squadrons and drones, in an attempt to paralyse many targets inside Israel."
 
A ship owned by the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) of Iran has come under attack in the Red Sea on Tuesday. Reports say the vessel was attacked off the coast of Eritrea possibly by a limpet mine. Tasnim News, a semi-official news agency in Iran has identified the ship as the Saviz.

"The vessel Iran Saviz has been stationed in the Red Sea for the past few years to support Iranian commandos sent on the commercial vessel (anti-piracy) escort missions," Iran'ssemi-official Tasnim News reported.

According to New York Times, an American official who spoke on condition of anonymity said that the Israelis had called the attack retaliation for earlier Iranian strikes on Israeli vessels, and that the Saviz had been damaged below the waterline. The vessel’s precise location in the Red Sea was not immediately clear.
 
Iran’s Foreign Ministry confirmed the attack on the MV Saviz, suspected to have been carried out by Israel.
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The official SANA news agency reported the raids but not the casualties, saying four soldiers were wounded in the attack.
 
The official SANA news agency reported the raids but not the casualties, saying four soldiers were wounded in the attack.
I thought Israel was surrounded, and outclassed by the Iranians?
 
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was attacked in Arabian sea off Fujairah UAE.
The ship was hit by either missile or drone, at the time of attack she was, according to track, under way, near Fujairah anchorage. The ship arrived at Fujairah anchorage at night Apr 12 from Kuwait, and moved to anchorage outer limit early in the morning Apr 13. As of 1540 UTC Apr 13, ship’s AIS was missing during 10 hours. Latest AIS positions and records identify her as "stopped" or anchored.

The ship didn’t sustain serious damages, nobody was injured. Israel is already blaming Iran, alleging it was a retaliation after recent incident in Iranian nuclear facility.
 
Iran, and its proxies, has a track record of attacking, boarding and hijacking ships transiting in and/or near that region.
 
The report did not elaborate how Karimi would have gotten access to one of the most secure facilities in the Islamic Republic. According to unsourced reports in US and Israeli media, Natanz’s main and backup power lines were blown up by a 150-kilogram bomb early on April 11, hours after Iran publicly began using advanced IR-5 and IR-6 centrifuges at the site, in open breach of the 2015 international nuclear deal.

The report also aired what appeared to be an Interpol “red notice” seeking his arrest. The arrest notice was not immediately accessible on Interpol’s public-facing database. Interpol, based in Lyon, France, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
 
Another masterpiece by Iranian security services! At least I assume that 150kg bombs aren't a common find in the backpacks of Iranian nuclear plant workers? ?

Bravo chaps, bravo! ?
 
"a suspected Israeli drone strike"

Right... just like all the previous "Israeli attacks" right? Probably some dumb accident deserving of a liveleak logo.
 
The breach comes less than a week after the hacker group, known as N3tw0rm, carried out a similar attack against Israeli logistics firm Veritas and claimed it had managed to extract no less than 9 GB of data from the company's servers.
 
An attack on H&M Israel?

Wow...
I'm sure that Ari is like totally distraught that his order will be delayed by a few days. He is soooo looking forward to showing off that ultratight tank top all over certain parts of Tel-Aviv this summer! ?‍♂️

A major victory for all totally-heterosexual-honest-to-Allah Bears all over Iran!
 
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards released an animation that hit Israel's Dimona nuclear facility.
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The Iranian Revolutionary Guards released an animation that hit Israel's Dimona nuclear facility.
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Sanctions include being restricted to 2002 era graphics? ?
 

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