Israel immediately and without evidence pointed the finger of blame at Iran when oil started washing up on its beaches. But the disaster could have a much less conspiratorial explanation.

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Host Simon Spungin is joined by Haaretz’s environmental affairs correspondent, Zafrir Rinat, and senior editor for science and archaeology, Ruth Schuster, to discuss the worst oil spill to hit Israel’s beaches.

Following a massive clean-up operation, we ask: Who was responsible for the spillage? At which regional rival did Environment Minister Gila Gamliel immediately point the finger of blame? And is eco-terrorism really the most likely explanation for the incident?