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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Times: Isfahan nuclear site seriously damaged by Monday's blast

It takes a while for the truth to come out of Iran, but the Times of London is reporting on Wednesday that the uranium enrichment plant in Isfahan was seriously damaged by Monday's explosion.
However, a report in the Sunday 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.

According to the Israeli sources, there was "no doubt" that the blast had damaged the nuclear facility, and that the explosion was not an "accident."

"This caused damage to the facilities in Isfahan, particularly to the elements we believe were involved in storage of raw materials," one source told the Sunday Times.

It must be noted that the Times report was not confirmed by any other source.
The original story in the Times is here. Since I refuse to pay 2 pounds per week to access their site, I cannot reach the original article.


The full article from the Times is available in the Australian here.

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