Blocking the strait of Hormoz by Iran is NOT against the international law

According to Geneva Convention (1958) and Jamaica Convention (1982) the ships are allowed to cross the Strait of Hormoz ONLY IF they are harmless for Iran's security, comfort, and national rights. And Genave Convention has determined that Iran is the one which should distinguish if crossing a ship is harmful or harmless for Iran....
International Laws doesn't allow Iran's enemies to use Iran's facilities and properties against Iran itself.

By the way, America is a country which has lots of International Law's violations in its background (Such as interfering with other countries' internal affairs, other countries' airspace violation, and threatening other nations' security, etc.) In addition , the US Government has threatened Iran with Nuclear War which is against International Law.
So even if what Iran is going to do were against the law, America could say nothing as it itself has more crimes in its workbook....

 

 

 

 

 

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