Kuwaiti paper reports Hezbollah’s attack on IDF soldiers was in retribution for sabotage that caused explosion at Iran’s nuclear site.
By Gil Ronen
Kuwaiti newspaper A-Rai reported Thursday that the explosion that took place earlier this week at the Iranian nuclear site in Parchin was not the result of a malfunction, but an intentional act of sabotage.
A section of the Parchin military facility in Iran – Reuters
The report relies on European diplomatic sources in Washington, DC, who said that a foreign country carried out the attack in order to foil experiments in the mounting of nuclear warheads on ballistic missiles. Continue Reading »
Mossad? Sabotage or ‘Work Accident’ – Iranian sites claim huge explosion shattered windows as far as 15 kilometers from blast.
By Ari Soffer
An explosion at Iran’s Parchin nuclear plant has killed at least two people, according to Iranian media reports.
Aerial view of Parchin site – Reuters
The plant is located close to the Iranian capital Tehran, and the explosion has triggering speculation over a possible sabotage or assassination.
The semi-official Isna news agency claimed the explosion took place after a fire erupted in an “explosive materials production unit”.
“Unfortunately, due to the incident, two workers of this production unit lost their lives,” the site reported. Continue Reading »
Former Chief of Staff to PM Netanyahu: Iran’s headed for nuclear weapons. Devastating sanctions are needed now.
Naftali Bennett, former Chief of Staff for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, responded on Thursday to the reports that Iran had cleaned up the Parchin military site from radioactive traces possibly left by tests of a nuclear-weapon trigger.
Naftali Bennett, former Chief of Staff for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu
Speaking to Fox News, Bennett explained that there is no other explanation for the evidence that was found other than the fact that Iran is developing a nuclear weapon.
“As the UN inspector said, the Iranians are testing a neutron generator,” Bennett said. Continue Reading »
Diplomats say satellite images from show trucks and earth-moving vehicles at the Parchin military site.
Satellite images of an Iranian military facility appear to show trucks and earth-moving vehicles at the site, indicating an attempted cleanup of radioactive traces possibly left by tests of a nuclear-weapon trigger, diplomats told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
The diplomats who spoke to the news agency are all nuclear experts accredited to the International Atomic Energy Agency.
IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano - Photo by Reuters
Two of the diplomats told AP the crews at the Parchin military site may be trying to erase evidence of tests of a small experimental neutron device used to set off a nuclear explosion. Continue Reading »