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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Syria buried suspected nuke site

The Institute for Science and International Security reports that Syria has buried the suspected nuclear site that was bombed by Israel in September to ensure that no one will ever be able to gain access to any underground portions the site may have contained. This goes beyond previous reports that Syria was destroying the site.

Hat Tip: Masha via NY Nana
A further examination of the DigitalGlobe imagery featuring the suspected Syrian reactor construction site on October 24, 2007 reveals that in addition to dismantling and removing the building, (Figures 1 and 2). Syria bulldozed a section of a hill adjacent to the suspected reactor building and used the excavated dirt to cover over the site. Furthermore, Syria appears to have buried the foundationif Syria intended to conceal an underground portion to this building that had been subsequently exposed by bombing, burying it would have been easier than removing it. The excavated hill was brought to ISIS’s attention by two close readers of the imagery who noticed it.
Here are the before and after pictures:

Now Mr. ElBaradei can try convincing everyone there is no evidence. Because it's all been destroyed.


At 7:49 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...


I wonder if they will still deny..amazing photos.

No doubt ElBaradei will protest that it is all a lie.

I can only imagine what would be found in Iran...

At 7:59 PM, Blogger Daniel434 said...

Yea, those photos are pretty cool. :) If the arab nations can perpetuate the myth of the 'Palestinian' state/people, then of course lying to us about this is no big deal. I guess then those pictures are just a zionist conspiracy!

At 2:58 AM, Blogger Dave in Pa. said...

Mr. ElBaradei has already made his position publicly known. He has (surprise!) condemned Israel for bombing the site instead of bringing the situation before the IAEA for consideration.

What can you say? Would we expect anything different from Mr. Elbaradei or others of that myopic mentality?


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