New Version of ‘Israeli’ Ship Blast in Gulf of Oman Appears as Iranian Footage of Fallout Released
Iran, Oman, ZIO-NAZI

New Version of ‘Israeli’ Ship Blast in Gulf of Oman Appears as Iranian Footage of Fallout Released

Last week, Iran rejected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claims that Tehran was “clearly” behind the 25 February explosion on board an Israeli-owned cargo ship in the Gulf of Oman. On Sunday, the Lebanese broadcaster al-Mayadeen released alleged Iranian drone footage of an Israeli-owned cargo ship after it was hit by a blast in the Gulf of Oman in late February. The network posted the images to their YouTube channel. The 48-second clip specifically focuses on holes in the side of the MV Helios Ray, just above the waterline. The news outlet cited an unnamed Iranian official who purportedly provided the video as saying that “elements from inside the ship itself caused these holes” as a deception. https://youtu.be/NkJQyzFehq8 https://www.youtube.com/embed/N...

Oman’s Zionist puppet Sultan Qaboos Bin Said,iron fist

Zionist puppet Sultan Qaboos ended Oman's internal conflicts and used oil wealth to open up the country to the Zionist regime. Zionist puppet Sultan Qaboos bin Said recently returned to Oman after medical treatment in Belgium for colon cancer . Oman's Zionist puppet Qaboos bin Said died on Friday evening died on Friday at the age of 79 after a long illness, marking an end to almost 50 years of corrupt rule. He took the throne of an extremely underdeveloped country with a history of civil conflict and oversaw its transformation into a politically stable middle-income state during his half-century reign. Under a model of modernising absolute monarchy, he largely managed to steer Oman away from the extremes of consumerism of neighbouring Dubai and the religious conservatism of S...
Middle East, Oman, United Kingdom

Britain and Oman: Will Their Growing Special Relationship Survive Succession?

NOVANEWS Britain is seeking ever closer relations with its longstanding Gulf allies, at the expense of promoting positive regional change By Mark Curtis Middle East Eye   Sixty years ago, Britain won a long-forgotten war in Oman, setting the special relationship between the two countries that is still being boosted today.  The anniversary falls as the head of the British army recently visitedOman, and as the two countries signed a “Comprehensive Joint Declaration on Enduring Friendship” and a new Joint Defence Agreement. Last year, the two cooperated on the UK’s largest military exercise in the Middle East in 20 years. The UK’s growing support for Oman’s ruler, Sultan Qaboos, is as extensive as it is ignored in the British media. But a key question looms: who will succeed the su...