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The prime minister here is saying -- -- Ronnie is taking advantage of this regional instability and suddenly now with Egypt in turmoil they decided this -- the moment.
To send the ships through the Suez and now it's an incredibly provocative move them when you look at -- -- it's not something.
It is real once parked off of its coast here in the Mediterranean of course Syria is still not at peace with Israel -- Also is an Iranian allies -- that's further complicating the situation there was they thought they Egypt was actually going to stop this from happening in.
And not allow these ships to go from the Red Sea into the Mediterranean.
That however didn't happen and we hear that in the next couple of hours those are -- and worship should.
-- the Suez Canal he take a look at the map you get a sense of just how close everything is here.
In the Middle East in his they had out of the Suez Canal they go north a long.
The Israeli coast were told they will not enter Israeli territorial waters and then head into.
The Syrian port the big question here is always what's this really mean is it a larger provocation.
Or is it just a case of someone trying to poke the bear so to speak.
That is not clear there is however some division here in Israel in terms of how to deal with this.
Do they take is a real provocation and try to go out and meet these ships or not we'll see what happens the next couple of days Martha.
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