Middle East
Suspicious Attack to Two Oil Tankers in Oman Sea
Middle East, News 13 June 2019

ISWNews Analysis Group: Two oil tankers were attacked from unknown sources in Oman Sea.

Front Altair a Norwegian company owns one and the other is Japanese. The Norwegian carried crude oil from UAE’s Al Fujairah to Taiwan and the Japanese carried methanol from Saudi Al Jubail harbor to Singapore.
Some reported it was torpedo and some reported it was a blast from inside the tankers. So far it is not clear.

Iranian Navy Boats rescued 44 sailors of one of the tankers to Jask harbor in two missions.
 
Suspicious fires, attacking tankers during Japanese Prime Minister visiting Iran, attributing the attacks to Ansar Allah and Iran and threats and tensions in Persian Gulf states shows Saudi Coalition’s cold war against Iran.

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