Iran's Spy Ship Saviz
By Micah Halpern
Wednesday October 28, 2020
I've Been Thinking:
The Saviz is officially a merchant ship registered to Iran.
It has been suggested by intelligence analysts that the Saviz is really an intelligence ship monitoring and transmitting everything they see.
The ship is anchored at the southern end of the Red Sea, off the coast of Yemen and the Straits of Bab el Mandeb.
The location is a choke hold for oil and goods as they make their way going both to Europe through the Suez Canal at the northern end of the Rad Sea and going off to Africa and Asia coming South.
There are two undeniable proofs that the Saviz is an Iranian Revolutionary Guard Intel ship. First, we see them on the ship in their uniforms. Second, the ship has barely moved in 3 years. It just sits and observes.
Monitoring every single ship that enters and exits the Red Sea provides Iran with a treasure trove of intelligence.
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29 October 2020 10:19 AM in Thoughts
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