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January 29, 2015 / 9 Shevat, 5775
 
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Huge Explosion at Iran Nuclear Site Not Confirmed

Yediot Ahronot reported. on Friday that former Iranian intelligence officials who defected to the West claim that Iran’s underground Fordo uranium enrichment facility has been almost completely demolished, and hundreds of staff members are at this moment trapped underground, This has to be the worst blow to Iran’s nuclear ambitions so far.

WND, an American news website affiliated with the right, reported Friday that a mysterious explosion has destroyed a significant portion of Iran’s Fordo nuclear facility – considered Tehran’s most fortified facility.

Yediot cites WND as reporting on Friday that former Iranian Republican Guard commander Reza Halili, recruited by the CIA and who defected to the US, claimed that Iranian sources reported a huge explosion last Monday at Fordo’s centrifuges room. They claim that the explosion destroyed a significant portion of the facility and that 240 workers were trapped underground. WND emphasized that the report has not been corroborated by any Western source.

According to Yediot, Halili says that “The blast shook facilities within a radius of three miles. Security forces have enforced a no-traffic radius of 15 miles, and the Tehran-Qom highway was shut down for several hours after the blast.”

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11 Responses to “Huge Explosion at Iran Nuclear Site Not Confirmed”

  1. Russ Miller says:

    Please let this be true. If it is true, great job IDF.

  2. Bob Honiker says:

  3. This would be a great miracle. I hope to hear confirmation.

  4. the mossad strikes again,

  5. Rick Gordon says:

    one more North Korea.

  6. Eric Waits says:

    God is good to His people, there shied and there buckler , a perfect help in times of trouble.omen broric Grace n Shalom…

  7. Wow! I hope this is true. It had to be done. Iran is a threat to the whole world not just Israel.

  8. Caryl Lyn says:

    what ????????

  9. Caryl Lyn says:

    what ????????

  10. Don't believe everything the media says? We will be learning real truths soon!

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