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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran on Monday for a blast aboard the MV Helios Ray, a vehicle-carrier ship.
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"This was indeed an operation by Iran. That is clear," Netanyahu told Kan radio.
The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said 2,400 doses would be provided but did not elaborate on the terms or the timing of the handover.
Iran receives information directly from the Houthis on their alleged gains and their drone and missile attacks.
In the past he has attacked Netanyahu for not doing enough to halt illegal Palestinian building in Area C, and he continued in that vein on Sunday.
Some link this incident to the unsuccessful attempts by Iran and its proxies to avenge the death of senior Iranian figures, such as top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
Pollution levels at Rosh HaNikra beach went up on Sunday to moderate-heavy as new stains washed ashore.
Austrian Chancellor, Danish PM to visit to discuss COVID vaccine production with Netanyahu.