Egypt has allowed two Israeli warships to travel through the Suez canal to the Red Sea, the first time such movements have been allowed. We can safely assume that the two warships weren't flying the flag on the Suez leg of their voyage.
Two Israel Navy warships made a rare crossing of Egypt's Suez Canal on Tuesday, heading from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea, a port source told AFP, in a voyage that could be seen as a warning signal to Iran.
One of the ships, the Hanit, had reportedly already crossed the canal both ways in June, in what the source was quoted as saying was the first case of a large Israeli warship using the strategic waterway. However, this was not possible to confirm officially.
The other ship to cross on Tuesday, the Eilat, was named after a destroyer sunk by Egypt with the loss of 47 lives shortly after the 1967 Six Day War, the source told AFP. more at Haaretz