IPRC slammed Israeli's accusation against Iran for blast on Isreali-owned ship in Gulf of Oman

Dr. Alireza Beygi researcher of Foreign Policy Team of the Office for Political Studies of the Islamic Parliament Research Center (IPRC) strongly rejected Israeli's claim on mysterious blast on MV Helios Ray cargo ship in Gulf of Oman.

Islamic Parliament Research Center has strongly rejected Israel's claim that it holds Iran responsible for last week's mysterious blast on MV Helios cargo ship in Gulf of Oman (an Israeli-owned ship in the Gulf of Oman). Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu made the accusation in an interview that aired with Israeli public broadcaster Kan without offering any evidence to support the claim. Although Israel views Islamic republic of Iran as the likely attacker in car-vehicle ship explosion, Israeli Bahamian-flagged MV Helios Ray cargo ship was transiting the Gulf of Oman 45 nm northwest of Muscat when it experienced a series of explosions. As a conclusion, the Office for Political Studies of the Islamic Parliament Research Center (IPRC) dismissed these baseless and ridiculous allegations of Zionist regime which stem from its “obsessive” behavior towards the Islamic Republic of Iran. Furthermore, the source of these allegations itself lacks credibility the most. Hence, recent Israeli actions in the region are considered as “suspicious” and Iran reserves the right to respond decisively while also reiterating Tehran’s stance that it never has and never will seek nuclear weapons. It's noteworthy that the Israeli-owned Bahamian-flagged MV Helios Ray cargo ship is not a legal owner (personality).

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