Mines similar to Iranian weapons

Attack mine used on Japanese oil tanker bears ‘striking resemblance’ to Iranian weapon

A US military experts claimed on Wednesday that explosives allegedly used to attack a Japanese-owned oil tanker near the Strait of Hormuz bore a “striking resemblance” to limpet mines publicly displayed by Iran.
US Navy Cmdr. Sean Kido, described as an explosives expert, spoke to journalists in Fujairah, part of the United Arab Emirates, which has been a leading cheerleader of Washington’s “maximum pressure campaign” against Iran.
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Source: independent.co.uk

Images released by the US Department of Defense, which claim to show Iranian personnel.
Images released by the US Department of Defense, which claim to show Iranian personnel.

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