5 Most Recent Times Britain Spread Fakes News About Iran
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5 Most Recent Times Britain Spread Fakes News About Iran

1. June 2004: three Royal Navy vessels violated the Iranian border with Iraq in the Shatt al Arab waterway. in response the Iranian navy arrested 8 British sailors and released them later. despite The UK government’s claims that the eight sailors - training Iraqi river patrol personnel - were in Iraqi waters, GPS coordinates proved they were on a mission in Iranian waters. 2. March 2007: Iranian navy arrested fifteen  for illegally entering Iranian territorial waters. they were released 13 days later. upon their arrival to the UK, Sky news aired a report clearly indicating the arrested British personnel were spying on Iran under the guise of searching merchant vessels in Iraqi waters. 3. May 2019: shortly after the suspicious attack on two oil tankers off the southern coasts of the Persian Gulf, the British foreign minister was swift to accuse Tehran of being behind the attacks. a claim which was not supported by any evidence. later The United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al-Nahyan announced no country could be held responsible for the attacks. 4. May 2019, the UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt backed Washington over Iran “heightened threat” shortly after the Major-General Chris Ghika contradicted Washington’s claims of a credible threat from Iran in the Middle East. 5. June 2019: UK claimed Iran attempted to seize UK tanker in the Persian Gulf. although Iran has warned the UK about ‘consequences’ of its maritime piracy in Gibraltar strait, officials in Tehran dismissed the claim and “fabricated” British media reports surrounding the claim.

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