Aug 4, 2021, 2:04 PM
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Who is behind recent tensions in Persian Gulf?

Tehran, IRNA – Amid power sharing in the political spectrum of the Islamic Republic of Iran and just in the day when newly elected Ebrahim Raisi takes power, those who are behind a series of maritime incidents in the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman make all-out efforts to form an alliance against the Islamic Republic, while the result of preliminary investigations is not yet clear.

It was not difficult from the beginning to predict that opponents of US' return to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal will try to find an opportunity to bury the international accord. Opponents of the nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), consist of the Zionist regime and certain regional states, who attempted to put pressure on the Trump administration to impose the toughest sanctions on the Iranian nation.

Now, on days when many in Iran and the whole region are paying attention to the power change in presidential office in Tehran, media outlets report that a ship rented by a Jewish merchant was attacked in waters near Oman.

The report was reacted irrationally and emotionally by many Western governments, especially Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, who resorted to the news to form an alliance against Iran. It is interesting that the climax of anti-Iran rhetoric happened on Tuesday, when Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei endorsed Ebrahim Raisi as the next president.

This was not the end of the campaign, so the Western media reported that some ships have experienced disruption in their navigation systems and one Israeli ship has been hijacked in a bid to create an anti-Iran move. However, British naval forces announced a few hours later that those who trespassed the ship, left the vessel. 

The question is who is behind such maritime tensions that has chosen this special time to carry out the false flag operation. It is worth mentioning some points to elaborate what is happening behind the scene.

First, the Zionist regime has been the one embarking on tensions in the region since the beginning of tensions Syria and Iraq since 2017, when the resistance movements were fighting Takfiri terrorists in these countries.

Second, the maritime tensions come out when Bennett is slated to visit the United States and the Zionist officials acknowledged that the main goal of the trip is to pursue formation of an alliance against Iran.

Third, the enemies of the Islamic Republic may want to resort to such hue and cry in order to influence political developments inside Iran.

Fourth, the Israelis underlined that they will not spare any effort to ruin the possible return to the JCPOA.

Therefore, Western states are expected to halt charging Iran without any proof or document while it is obvious that the Israeli regime has had enough motivation to pursue its tension-oriented policy in the region.


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