Skip to comments.Immense Explosion in Iran May Have Nuclear Origins
Posted on 05/06/2014 3:16:46 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
An immense explosion has been heard throughout the northern Iranian city of Qazvin, semi-official Fars news agency reported, and many casualties are expected from the blast.
Around 1.1 million people live in the city, which is located about 100 miles north of Tehran.
The blast may be related to nuclear development in Iran, according to the Los Angeles Times. Iranian officials in the past have strongly denied claims by Mujahedin Khalq Organization, or MKO, a cult-like Iranian exile group, that it has a secret nuclear enrichment facility in Abyek, near the major city, according to the daily.
The source of the blast remains undetermined. Several mystery explosions have been reported in the past several years in the region, none of which were ever verified.
A fire has now broken out in the city, local reports say, and as many as 50 people are injured. State media blames an oil depot for the blast.
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Work accident? Mossad?
And so it begins.
Well it’s a good thing that is totally oblivious of the danger of a nuclear Iran, because everyone knows that if you ignore something then it ignores you.
Remember mooslim always bad and joo always good according to neocons
I wonder what the sleepers are doing?
Fireworks for Israeli Independence Day?
Jack Bauer and Chloe are back, you just never know what mischief they might get into.
I wish we could let Mossad take care of the people that need to disappear...NorKs, pesky kidnappers of young girls...etc.
1.6 magnitude at 5 miles depth is not an expected nuclear event.
An accidental nuclear explosion in Iran?
Couldn’t have happened to a better bunch of people.
But gee, my sympathy meter must need new batteries; it says that I am completely unconcerned.
Mooslimbs are always bad. They are bad all the time. Who else would kidnap hundreds of young girls and force them into slavery and sexual bondage?
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