Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Iran’s Isfahan Nuclear Facility Damaged In Mysterious Blast Tuesday

Any time Israel’s sworn enemies, such as Iran, suffers a set back in their ability to attack Israel, it  is good news. But it is not just Israel who is at risk of an attack from Iran.  Iran is a threat to the entire Middle East, and the world.

It’s now being reported that the mysterious blast that rocked the Iranian city of Isfahan damaged Iran’s key nuclear facility located in the city, and that the mysterious blast "was no accident", according to Israeli intelligence officials.
However, a report in the Times on Wednesday alleged that the blast had not been a military accident, and that the city's nuclear facility was damaged. The report quotes Israeli intelligence officials who based their conclusion on updated satellite images showing smoke billowing from the direction of the conversion plant.
Meanwhile, the war drums are beginning to beat louder in the Middle East. On Tuesday, it was reported that four-Katyusha rockets set off by the Syrian based terrorist group Hizballah'from So. Lebanon landed in Israel’s northern region of the Galilee with no injuries reported.

This newest rocket attack on Israel’s northern border is apparently a warning from Syria to the US, NATO and Gulf states that Israel will pay the price if these allies attack the Assad regime. 

Assad and his terrorist proxies need to understand that Israel just sent a message that Israel can checkmate anytime Israel wants.  God bless Israel!

Related Story: Second Mysterious Explosion Heard In Iran In Two Weeks

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