Report: Two More "Accidental" Explosions at Iran Nuke Sites

Written by Ryan Mauro

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Michael Ledeen reports that the Natanz uranium enrichment site has been shut down after a mysterious blast happened “in the next-to-bottom level of the underground structure.” A second explosion has struck a site in Zarin Dasht that is used for producing warheads and missile fuel and 7 people are missing.

What is remarkable about these two alleged explosions is that they happened in the underground portions of the facilities—that is, the most secure parts. If foreign hands are responsible, then the Iranian regime must be panic-stricken.

An overview of these “accidental” explosions and mysterious assassinations makes it clear that a major campaign has been underway to damage the Iranian nuclear program. During the past 12 months:

Israeli defense officials have told the country’s Political Security Cabinet that they believe there would only be 300 Israeli casualties maximum if military action is taken. In November, Defense Minister Barak said that “there is no chance” that “even 500” Israelis will be killed in response to strikes on Iran’s nuclear facilities.

The question is whether these incidents are a warm-up act to an Israeli military campaign or a replacement.

Source: Radical Islam with Ryan Mauro

Ryan Mauro is a fellow with the Clarion Fund. He is the founder of WorldThreats.com and a frequent national security analyst for Fox News Channel.

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