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 Trump to Reinstate Sanctions on Suspicious Iranian Ship

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PostSubject: Trump to Reinstate Sanctions on Suspicious Iranian Ship   Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:55 am







Iranian navy ship. (photo credit: REUTERS)
Washington- Mouaz al-Omari


Suspicious acts of an Iranian ship at an Island near Bab-el-Mandeb raised questions on its obviously non-commercial activity. After inspection, US officials and militants figured out that this ship falls under the lifted sanctions within the nuclear deal led by US former president Barack Obama.

The ship was likely transporting weaponry or was being used for military purposes. Experts estimated that it will be returned to the list of US sanctions against Tehran in the second batch scheduled for next November.

The ship, identified as the Saviz, was delisted from US sanctions by the Obama administration as part of its efforts to uphold the landmark nuclear deal with Iran, US officials confirmed to the Washington Free Beacon.

Upcoming Trump administration action against the Saviz and other Iranian vessels is part of a broader package of sanctions expected to kick back in on Nov. 5, officials confirmed. Sanctions will target Iran's port operations, shipping, and shipbuilding sectors, and other affiliates.

Saviz has been anchored for more than a year in the Red Sea near the Strait of Bab Al-Mandeb in international waters, according to satellite photos.

According to Iranian news outlets, many of the weapons handed over by the Iranian regime to the Houthi militias were carried by speedboats from the same vessel. 

Saviz itself is equipped with a radar rarely seen on cargo ships, but used to steer the Houthi militias’ boats when attacking Saudi oil tankers.

"The Iranians aren't even trying to disguise the military use of the ship," said one US official with knowledge of the matter. "You don't need classified intelligence or satellite photos of the decks to know that merchant ships simply don't act this way."

"If you're moving goods, you don't anchor in the same place for weeks at a time, let alone outside a war zone, let alone a war zone where militias are firing missiles at other ships," the source said. "The Obama administration enabled the Saviz to sail globally. President Trump will put a stop to that."

US officials familiar with the ship's movements told Washington Free Beacon, “It is certain that the Iranian ship provides logistical support for the Houthis in Yemen.”

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