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Monday, November 14, 2011

Iranian Missile Development Head Kill In Bombing

Iranian Missile Development Head Kill In Bombing

Videographer Just Happened To Be Taping At The Moment

By Dell Hill via Ace

Rather than mount an all-out preemptive attack on Iran, it appears that Israel has decided to destroy as much of the Iranian military as possible with clandestine attacks.  Of course they’ll never admit that the Mossad was even involved, but it seems rather apparent, as Ace explains.

Iran's Head of Missile Development Dies of "Zucotti Pud" and Mossad Bomb But Mostly Mossad Bomb

You ever notice that Muslims never want to credit the Jews with the conspiracies they really are behind?

Marilyn Monroe? Oh yeah, Jews killed her.

Pwning Iran's missile program? "Ammunition malfunction."

Brigadier General Hassan Moghaddam was said to be "responsible for industrial research aimed at ensuring self-sufficiency of the Revolutionary Guards' armaments", a coded way of confirming reports that he was responsible for its missile inventory.

The authorities claimed the explosion was caused by an accident which happened as ammunition was being moved, but the high-profile status of its main victim will add to speculation that it was an act of sabotage aimed at the country's nuclear weapons programme.

One US-based commentator known to have good sources in Israel's military community said he had been told it was carried out by Mossad, co-operating with an exile group, the People's Mojaheddin of Iran (MEK).
He drew comparisons with an explosion at a base housing Shahab-3 long-range missiles just over a year ago, which killed 18 people and which was also put down by the authorities to a fire in an ammunition depot.
Amateur video of the blast's aftermath past the jump.

Iran is admitting they've been hit by Stuxnet II, called Duqu.

For the first time, Iran admitted on Sunday that it had been on the receiving end of a new cyber attack by the Duqu computer virus that allegedly targeted computers of firms in the Islamic Republic.

Speaking with the official IRNA news agency, head of Iranian civil defense Brigadier General Gholamreza Jalali said that Tehran had developed a software to thwart attacks by the Duqu virus, adding that the "software to control the [Duqu] virus has been developed and made available to organizations and corporations" in Iran.”

I know it’s hard to believe, but an amateur videographer just happened to be on hand to record the aftermath of this explosion.

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