Only two weeks after a double blast that coincidentally killed the Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander in charge of long range missiles, another huge blast has been reported (and then had its report removed) outside of the city of Isfahan (which houses part of Iran’s licit nuclear weapons program). No doubt this two will be explained away as an “accident” (or failing that, as a plot by the perfidious “Joooooooos”).
Iran’s FARS news agency reported of a large explosion in one of Iran’s largest cities. Security officials confirm incident, but report removed from website shortly afterwards
Less than two weeks after a mysterious explosion destroyed an Iranian missile base near Tehran, the Islamic Republic’s official news agency FARS reported Tuesday that a loud blast was heard in the city of Isfahan at 2:40 pm local time, but later removed the report.
According to the initial report, search and rescue teams called to the scene confirmed the blast, but reported no injuries.
Iran’s uranium enrichment plant is located just outside Isfahan – one of Iran’s largest cities.
The report also stated that a security official confirmed that the explosion had occurred, but refused to give further details.
Heaven forbid anyone might suspect that there was an active indigenous campaign of sabotage being conducted against the mad mullahs and their Revolutionary Guards enforcers.