Shortly after explosion at Iranian nuclear enrichment facility—destroying 3/4 of the compound—“Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi hinted at Israeli involvement”

Goal of Natanz explosion was to send ‘clear’ message to Iran
by Yonah Jeremy Bob
September 17, 2020

An explosion two months ago at a key Iranian uranium enrichment facility in Natanz was meant to send a message of determination to stop the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program, The Jerusalem Post has learned. The purpose of the attack was to send an unambiguous deterrent message that progress toward a nuclear weapon beyond certain redlines would not be tolerated. In addition, the Post has confirmed foreign reports that the explosion was caused by physical sabotage. READ MORE

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