Iran Fired Missile at Israeli Ship in Arabian Sea
The incident was reported to Israeli security officials and to the ship’s owners. The ship will continue on its way to India, where the damage will be assessed, a report said.
An Iranian missile was fired at an Israeli ship in the Arabian Sea, hitting and damaging it. The container ship is owned by an Israeli businessman and was making its way to Tanzania from India. Israeli security officials are examining the possible implications of the incident and estimate that it could mean Iran intends to attack more Israeli ships.
The ship is owned by Haifa-based XT Management. Iran was also the main suspect behind an attack in late February on the Israeli-owned cargo vessel MV Helios Ray, which was damaged by a mysterious explosion in the Gulf of Oman. (JPost / VFI News)
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