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Iranian ambassador: Tanker attacks are a plan to PROVOKE US-IRAN WAR! (E761)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Iran’s Ambassador to the UK Hamid Baeidinejad on the recent escalation of tensions between the US and Iran, the Gulf of Oman tanker accident and Western accusations that Iran is to blame.

We also discuss how Iran can defend itself against the US and other Western powers, the status of the Iran Deal as Iran increases uranium enrichment after the US and other Western powers have violated the nuclear deal, tensions with Saudi Arabia across the region, the ability for Iran to defend itself against Israel and if a US-Iran war is looming!

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Iran International is a privately owned channel which is governed by international standards of impartiality and objectivity, and has no political agenda. Its Editorial Guidelines are publicly available on its website, in English and in Farsi: https://iranintl.com/Guidelines. Past claims by Mr Baeidinejad against the channel were completely refuted by the UK media regulator Ofcom.

His latest claims are libellous and actionable.

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