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Huge Blast At Iran's Fordow Nuclear Plant... U.N. Won't Deny Explosions...
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[quote:uscrusader1:MV8yMTIxNTc2XzM1NzkyNTI5XzJGRjc2NzIw] [quote:Anonymous Coward 14524586:MV8yMTIxNTc2XzM1NzkyNDA1XzE1QjUyM0JF] I remember during the inauguration parade Monday, Obama was reading something on his blackberry for a few minutes, and I thought it was odd. He only uses his blackberry for very important information when his advisers are not around (does not receive calls or texts.) Nothing else was really going on, nor would anyone interrupt his inauguration unless it was a big deal... like a successful sabotage of the nuclear plant. [/quote] That muzzief*ckwit hussein obongo must have been distraught that his comrades had such a bad accident. “I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.” hussein obongo TAOH [/quote]
Israel’s Home Front Defense Minister Avi Dichter on Sunday welcomed a report that Iran’s Fordo nuclear facility had been rocked by a huge explosion.
The report was published Friday on the website wnd.com, under the sensational headline: “Sabotage! Key Iranian nuclear facility hit?” It claimed that a blast deep within Fordo last Monday “destroyed much of the installation and trapped about 240 personnel deep underground,” citing information from former intelligence officer Hamidreza Zakeri, who it said used to work with the Islamic regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and National Security.
The article claimed the blast “shook facilities within a radius of three miles,” that Iranian security forces had “enforced a no-traffic radius of 15 miles,” that the Tehran-Qom highway was shut down for several hours after the blast, and that, “as of Wednesday afternoon, rescue workers had failed to reach the trapped personnel.” It said US officials were aware of the reported blast.
link to www.timesofisrael.com
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