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Skip to comments.Report: Blast At Isfahan Damaged Nuclear Facility
Posted on 11/30/2011 4:26:04 AM PST by Strategy
The Times reported on Wednesday that the mysterious explosion that rocked the city of Isfahan two days ago struck the uranium conversion facility located just outside Iran's third-largest city. According to the British newspaper, satellite images clearly show billowing smoke and destruction, despite Iran's claim that no such blast had taken place.
The Times quoted Israeli intelligence officials as saying there was "no doubt" that the blast struck the nuclear facilities at Isfahan and that it was "no accident."
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Who needs bombs when you’ve got the Mossad? Awesome.
Gee they really are having run of bad luck lately, aren’t they? </sarcasm>
According to the story, the “blast” occured at 2:40 pm local time. In broad daylight, in other words. No witnesses saw anything, as far as I can determine.
I’ve tried, without success, to get information on the time-of-day of the Nov. 12 event at the missile facility near Bidganeh.
Maybe the hidden iman doesn't approve of Ahmadinejad's attempt to do a second holocaust.
A couple of decades from now I look forward to seeing a top-notch feature film about this Israeli “Dirty Dozen”.
This reminds me of that North Korean train blast that happened in April 2004. It decreased the surrounding population by about 3000. There were many phony excuses made about it. I would still love to know the real story behind it.
Syria has also had a string of bad luck:
Sorry, bad link, Here’s another:
Thank you, Ben.