Skip to comments.UN backs Iran's denial of Fordo blast
Posted on 02/01/2013 5:23:47 PM PST by BlackVeil
The UN atomic watchdog made clear on Tuesday it had seen no sign of any explosion at one of Iran's most sensitive nuclear plants, backing up Tehran's denial that such an incident had taken place last week.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), in an unusual move, made a brief statement following media reports at the weekend of significant damage at the underground Fordo uranium enrichment site.
(Excerpt) Read more at ynetnews.com ...
“The UN is please to confirm that there has been no damage to Iran’s nuclear weapons program. Israel will soon get what the Arabs, the UN, and Barack Obama want the Jews to get.”
The ONLY PERSON in the entire world - who is reporting that there was an explosion at Fordow is Reza Kahlili, through his own articles on WorldNetDaily and on his Facebook page. THAT’S IT.
The rest of the stories from ALL the various news agencies and other reporters in the world - are all quoting REZA KAHLILI and and his articles at WND ... LOL ...
Now, it may be true - HOWEVER - if there is only ONE SOURCE in the entire world saying that - then I would hold off saying that it’s true ... :-)
I wouldn’t be surprised it the entire incident was a ploy to get the Iranians to show their hand.
If other secret installations exist, would they immediately move to protect them, assuming that a planned bomb had not detonated?
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), in an unusual move, made a brief statement following media reports...Clearly, the IAEA was concerned that their raison d'être was about to vanish.
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Intriguing ... there must be some reason for this. Some comments have been made that it may have been a deliberate diversion, before Israel bombed the Syrian sites. But that does not quite fit together for me.
Part of a very High Stakes game....What about the Israeli and European Intelligence sources a few after the story first appearing ....seemingly confirming it.
And Business Insider pushing out a “doctored” photo.
Seems like some news outlets took to much on good faith.
Last time I checked, it was still up on BI’s website. Some people have no shame... :-(