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Cameras replace US Soldiers
By Micah Halpern
Times are certainly changing. The United States is withdrawing troops from the Straits of Tiran. People are being replaced with cameras. These cameras will monitor events and safe shipping lines travelling through the water at the mouth of the Red Sea.
US officials have announced that remote-controlled cameras will take over responsibility from U.S.-led peacekeepers for ensuring that international shipping retains freedom of access to the Gulf of Aqaba.
The coastline of the Gulf of Aqaba is shared by Israel and three Arab nations.
During his visit to Israel and Saudi Arabia, U.S. President Joe Biden announced that the tiny Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) contingent on Tiran, which lies at the mouth of the Gulf, would be departing.
Israel is skeptical about the feasibility of this new arrangement, but has not impeded the change in protocol.
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25 July 2022 11:56 AM in Thoughts
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