People wave an Israeli flag as the seized Klos-C cargo ship, accompanied by Israeli Naval vessels, approaches the port at the Red Sea resort city of Eilat, southern Israel, Saturday, March 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
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A ship seized by the Israeli navy on suspicion of smuggling arms from Iran to the Gaza Strip docked on Saturday in Israel, which planned to put the cargo on display in hope of denting Tehran's rapprochement with the West.Israel said it found dozens of advanced Syrian-made rockets hidden on board in Iran and destined for the ship's next port in Sudan, from where they would have been trucked through Egypt to Gaza.Iran and Gaza's Islamist Hamas rulers, both hostile to the Jewish state, rejected the Israeli findings as fabrications.
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