Israel Likely Responsible for Blast at Iran’s Natanz’s Nuclear Facility

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Israel Likely Responsible for Blast at Iran's Natanz Nuclear Facility

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

A previous article discussed blasts including a fire, reportedly caused by an explosion (possibly triggered by a cyberattack), responsible for extensive damage to its Natanz nuclear site last week.

It's Iran's main uranium processing facility, located 279 km south of Tehran.

I've explained many times before that Iran's legitimate nuclear program has no nuclear component — affirmed numerous times by IAEA monitors and annual US intelligence community assessments of possible national security threats.

Iran vowed to rebuild and expand its Natanz facility. On Wednesday, President Rouhani's spokesman Ali Rabiei said the following in response to last week's blast:

"Fortunately, there were no casualties, no radioactive radiation and no impact on our activities in the country's
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