Tuesday, January 29, 2013

New details surface on Iran nuclear explosion

by Reza Kahlili 

Sixteen North Koreans, including 14 technicians and two top military officers, are among those trapped after a Jan. 21 explosion destroyed much of Iran’s Fordow nuclear site, a source reveals.
The source who provided the initial information on the explosion at Fordow has now provided details of the explosion and the degree of the destruction at one of Iran’s most important nuclear sites.
The report, published exclusively on WND on Jan. 24, is being covered internationally by major media, with independent intelligence sources confirming the explosion for the Times of London and the German Die Welt.
But White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters Monday: “We have no information to confirm the allegations in the report and we do not believe the report is credible.”
The short White House response, the source said, is an indication that the United States wants to steer away from the subject as any covert operation against the regime’s nuclear installations will have consequences, including retaliation.
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The Islamic regime’s media, in a coordinated effort, reflected a similarly short response Sunday night in its denial, and Monday remained silent.
A senior researcher and director of the Centre for Arab & Iranian Studies in London, Dr. Ali Reza Nourizadeh, who has many contacts in Iran, confirmed that the explosion had trapped many inside.
According WND’s source, a member of the security forces protecting Fordow, 36 North Korean technicians and military officers arrived in Tehran on Jan. 15 and 17 and subsequently visited two Iranian nuclear sites under heavy security. One site, still unknown to the West with its vast installation of centrifuges, will be revealed soon on WND. At the other, the Fordow site, the North Koreans were to witness the startup of six cascades of 174 new-generation, speedier centrifuges.
Hamidreza Zakeri, a former member of the regime’s Intelligence Ministry, said 17 technicians and two military supervisors are stationed at the secret site and 14 technicians and two military officers were at Fordow. Read More:

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