I think it was Japanese realizing that everytime they destroyed a US ship a new one appeared. Loosely speaking believe US was building a new ship per week. Now tell me are you better than Japanese in marksmanship? Can your IRGC montaging N Korean goods be up to the task? Stop ur kindergarten come backs. This past Friday they release a tape claiming it's a drone surveilling US ship and was still flying then the leg of chopper appears in the tape. Lmao. Have you got no shame.
So much Bull crap passed by your IR kos sher personnel that it allows you to take other for fools here??
after iran backed forces stopped the saudi/uae
plots for yemen they are now fighting each other
through their mercenaries over there in aden.
iran won in syria with the same strategy.
Clashes erupt in Yemen's Aden, three dead
ADEN (Reuters) - Southern separatists clashed on Wednesday with presidential guards in Aden, the seat of Yemen’s government, and three people were killed and nine injured, local officials and residents told Reuters.
The violence highlighted a rift within the Saudi-backed coalition battling the Iran-aligned Houthi movement in a more than four-year war that has killed tens of thousands of people and pushed Yemen to the brink of famine.
The separatists and the internationally recognized government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi are nominally united in their battle against the Houthis.
But they have rival agendas for Yemen’s future, and a missile strike in Aden last week that killed dozens of southern soldiers raised friction between them.
Just before Wednesday’s clash, hundreds of separatist supporters attended a funeral for some of the southern soldiers and a prominent commander near the hilltop presidential palace.
As the crowd chanted anti-government slogans, shooting was exchanged with presidential guards.
grace 1 is free at last despite last minute attempts by terrorist
factions of the u.s. regime to keep it as hostage.great day for
international law and order.
Gibraltar court releases Iranian oil tanker Grace 1 as government mulls U.S. bid to seize it
Madrid -- The United States moved on Thursday to seize an Iranian supertanker detained in Gibraltar for breaching international sanctions on oil shipments. The last minute intervention by Washington appeared set to thwart efforts by authorities in London and the British overseas territory to defuse tensions with Tehran, but in the end tiny Gibraltar decided to free the vessel.
The Gibraltar government confirmed that the U.S. Department of Justice had sought to extend the detention of the oil tanker Grace 1, but the Gibraltar Supreme Court later ruled to drop the detention order, with the U.S. request essentially being pushed to another government agency for consideration, and the supertanker free to leave/
In a statement released to the media, the senior government official in Gibraltar, Chief Minister Fabian Picardo, said that Iran had given formal assurances that the tanker would not carry petroleum products to Syria, in violation of EU sanctions, and thus "there are no longer any reasonable grounds for the continued legal detention of the Grace 1."