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Thursday, 7 February 2013
Leaks from Iranian Diplomats and Western Intelligence Appear to confirm Fordow Blast
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More leaks by Iranian diplomatic and Western intelligence sources are building a credible case for the Fordo uranium enrichment blast on January 21st.  Credit that to the indefatigable sleuthing and  publication on World Net Daily (WND) by Reza Kahlili ex-CIA spy who infiltrated Iran's Revolutiuonary Guards, author of  A Time to Betray, and Hamidreza Zakeri,  Iran Intelligence Officer defector and star witness in the Iran and 9/11 Havlish  Federal  trial in Manhattan.


This most recent WND report by Reza Kahlili compiles corroborating information from Iranian diplomatic sources, Western Intelligence agencies with satellite imagery from DigitalGlobe revealing activity at Fordow on the day of the alleged underground explosion.   Khalili notes:


A European intelligence agency, an Iranian diplomat and a Latin American intelligence source have joined the growing list of those who have confirmed to WND the deadly explosions at Iran’s Fordow nuclear site.


Media and unofficial speculation points to Israel as the culprit in its efforts to keep Iran from building nuclear weapons. Several Iranian leaders have said repeatedly in the past it is their duty to wipe out the Jewish state.


Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in interviews Wednesday with media, said the Islamic regime has already achieved nuclear capability but is not interested in attacking the “Zionist entity.” If Israel attacks first, he said, Iran is ready destroy it.

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In a letter to the IAEA two days after the explosions, Iran said it plans to install thousands of its upgraded centrifuges at its Natanz facility. The source said this was a direct result of the explosions at Fordow. The White House called it a “provocation,” and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the addition of upgraded centrifuges at Natanz would be “unacceptable.”


The blasts at first trapped 219 workers, including 16 North Koreans: 14 technicians and two military attaches. A Fordow security source told WND that as of three days ago, at least 40 people have been killed, including two North Koreans, and more than 60 injured, some in critical condition.


The foreign services division of a European intelligence agency, in confirming the explosions, said its information was verified by assets in Iran’s government. The Islamic regime is now cleaning up the site and assessing the damage. The agency above cannot be named due to the sensitivity of the issue, which could derail talks scheduled for Feb. 26 in Kazakhstan between Iran and the 5-plus-1 countries: the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany.


A high-ranking Iranian diplomat serving in an Iranian consulate in Asia, whose name cannot be revealed due to security, told WND that an order from Iran’s Foreign Ministry was issued days after the explosion to all of its embassies, ambassadors, deputy chiefs and spokesmen that no interviews on Fordow can be given to news agencies and that any response to queries by reporters should refer only to a statement by the White House and a report by news agencies on behalf of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

The Islamic regime, while preparing for talks with the 5-plus-1 powers and bilateral talks with representatives of the Obama administration, is also preparing to retaliate against the U.S., some European countries and Israel, according to an officer in a Latin America intelligence agency who confirmed the explosions to WND.



Note these DigitalGlobe satellite images taken on January 21, 2013, the date of the alleged underground explosion.

Fordow nuclear site - DigitalGlobe Image on the day of reported explosion Jan 21, 2013.


 
Fordow nuclear site - DigitalGlobe Jan 21, 2013 - Unusual activity with several cars in and out of the security post on the day of the reported explosion
 


Fordow nuclear site - DigitalGlobe Image Jan 21-2013 - Security checking one entrance to the site

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Posted on 02/07/2013 9:15 PM by Jerry Gordon
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