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Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor

 
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Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
[link to www.theaustralian.com.au]


ISRAEL is preparing to shut its nuclear reactor at Dimona, where it makes nuclear weapons, because of the site's vulnerability in a war with Iran.
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
Telling. It's getting close.
hiding

Also, gotta say, San Marino! That's the first GLP post I've seen from San Marino. I used to collect stamps from there! That would be a cool place to live, safe from the ravages of WW3.
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
WHEN THE SHUT THAT DOWN THAT'S WHEN YOU WILL SEE WAR

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I'm closer to middle-east than you are hiding
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01/08/2012 08:23 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
it does not mater if they shut it down. Demona and most of Israeli nuclear stuckpile there will be glass during the initial retaliation of Iran. Infact Israel might turn to new japan as the second un-inhabited nuclear watseland in the world. Iran has said some 350 targets in israel and some 150 targets of US and its allies in the region will be targeted and hit. All together some 500 targets will be destroyed during Initial retaliation of Iran.
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01/08/2012 08:25 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
It is because Iran just showed it has now GPS in their missiles. It can now also pin point target Israeli facilities.
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01/08/2012 08:26 PM
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fearmongering at it's finest



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01/08/2012 08:26 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
WHEN THE SHUT THAT DOWN THAT'S WHEN YOU WILL SEE WAR

<BEZ>
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8486783


am inclined to agree...without the caps though...once that site is secure...I'd say something could very well be imminent after that
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01/08/2012 08:40 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
If they do and manage some direct hits on Israel’s nuclear-bio-and chemical weapons stockpiles, the ensuing disaster will prompt an Israeli response.
[link to hamsayeh.net]
Where is Israel going to put their bio and chemical weapons?
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01/08/2012 08:43 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
PIN THIS PUPPY

A decision to shut down a nuclear facility, for any country, is not done on a whim.

And shut it down WITHOUT a scheduled restart date.

THIS is the harbinger of DOOM!!

Its on.
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Fuck it, I need two greens and I'll pin it.

Last Edited by Baldrick on 01/08/2012 08:45 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
bump
Zero Point

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hiding
Another public service announcement from the Southern Hemisphere Information Leveraging Locus.
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hiding
 Quoting: Zero Point


hiding
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Zero Point

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hiding
 Quoting: Zero Point


hiding
 Quoting: Baldrick


shinny
Another public service announcement from the Southern Hemisphere Information Leveraging Locus.
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
I wonder why this got past Debka and JP,but yes this is noteworthy,as this is one of the protocols that needs to happen before any sort of attack can take place.

Next will be call ups in Israel proper.

Then Americans will arrive,followed by a pause for intel then anything could happen.

BUY YOUR GAS NOW!! $200 a barrel soon.
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01/08/2012 08:48 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
well..

The wartards need something to keep their dicks hard at night.

Shoa business!

cruise
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
Generals are quoted as saying the Iranians possess about 15 thousand missiles capable of reaching Israel.

The Dimona reactor has been working since 1964.

[link to english.ruvr.ru]


Deactivating the reactor in the southern Negev desert would minimise the dangers of nuclear fallout in the area "should it be targeted by missiles from as far away as Iran".

The official explanation is that work on the reactor is conducted for research and does not need to be carried out around the clock.
[link to shiratdevorah.blogspot.com]
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01/08/2012 08:51 PM

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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
Israeli and US troops gear up for major missile defense drill after Iran maneuvers
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hiding
 Quoting: Zero Point


hiding
 Quoting: Baldrick


shinny
 Quoting: Zero Point


pinit
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01/08/2012 08:55 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
The last line on that blog was very telling: "According to defence sources, the shutdown at Dimona would begin before the launch of any Israeli or US assault on Iran's nuclear facilities."
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
The last line on that blog was very telling: "According to defence sources, the shutdown at Dimona would begin before the launch of any Israeli or US assault on Iran's nuclear facilities."
 Quoting: northerntomcat


Exactly. Prepare defenses prior to engagement.
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01/08/2012 08:58 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
The last line on that blog was very telling: "According to defence sources, the shutdown at Dimona would begin before the launch of any Israeli or US assault on Iran's nuclear facilities."
 Quoting: northerntomcat


Exactly. Prepare defenses prior to engagement.
 Quoting: Baldrick


Bloody hell...
Another public service announcement from the Southern Hemisphere Information Leveraging Locus.
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01/08/2012 09:01 PM

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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
Israel Navy to devote majority of missile boats to secure offshore drilling rafts
[link to www.haaretz.com]
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
The last line on that blog was very telling: "According to defence sources, the shutdown at Dimona would begin before the launch of any Israeli or US assault on Iran's nuclear facilities."
 Quoting: northerntomcat


Exactly. Prepare defenses prior to engagement.
 Quoting: Baldrick


Bloody hell...
 Quoting: Zero Point


The announcement appears to have been made about 12 hours ago.

Details are sketchy.

The Australian is one of the few to make a report.
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01/08/2012 09:04 PM
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
when it is 100% offline war within 48hrs

PS don't expect the jewish people to announce its offline
Zero Point

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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
The last line on that blog was very telling: "According to defence sources, the shutdown at Dimona would begin before the launch of any Israeli or US assault on Iran's nuclear facilities."
 Quoting: northerntomcat


Exactly. Prepare defenses prior to engagement.
 Quoting: Baldrick


Bloody hell...
 Quoting: Zero Point


The announcement appears to have been made about 12 hours ago.

Details are sketchy.

The Australian is one of the few to make a report.
 Quoting: Baldrick


They're usually pretty responsible.
Another public service announcement from the Southern Hemisphere Information Leveraging Locus.
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
Ahmadinejad arrives in Venezuela at start of Latin American tour

[link to www.haaretz.com]

Confirming the commitment of allies?
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
when it is 100% offline war within 48hrs

PS don't expect the jewish people to announce its offline
 Quoting: UniformRomeoAlphaSierraSierra


Haaretz has got NO reference to the shutdown.
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U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta previewed the exercise in a speech last month, saying it would be an example of unprecedented levels of defense cooperation that the Obama administration has achieved “to back up our unshakable commitment to Israel’s security.”

Panetta said the drills will enhance the ability of the two military forces to operate together and test new ballistic missile and rocket defenses. “Those new capabilities are themselves a product of this unprecedented defense cooperation.”
[link to www.washingtonpost.com]

I hate that fucking word.

"unprecedented"

Global nuclear war is unprecedented too ya fuckwads.

If my dick fell off, that would be unprecedented. For me anyways...

Stop using it like its a good strong word. Its not.
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Re: Iranian war fears spark closure of Israel reactor
when it is 100% offline war within 48hrs

PS don't expect the jewish people to announce its offline
 Quoting: UniformRomeoAlphaSierraSierra


Haaretz has got NO reference to the shutdown.
 Quoting: Baldrick


Starting to look sus.
Google's full of banter and bs with no solid hits except The Australian.
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