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Yet Another Iranian Explosion

Governor of Yazd says some killed were foreigners

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It sounds like Iran has an epidemic of explosions near sites that are suspected of being related to its alleged nuclear weapons program. It should really do something about that.

Mysterious Explosion Kills 7, Injures 16 in Iran [JPost]

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Rudolph Wratten says:

What do you expect?
But, North Korea has ‘the Bomb’ and is exporting like mad.
It is only a matter of time before Israel gets nuked, there are just too large a number of Arab factions who want this.
The Arabs will not allow the people from Palestine to settle anywhere else.
So, this is a forced strife.
The trouble with all of this is that a true nuclear attack will have global implications.
This must be avoided at all costs short of nuking Iran,

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Yet Another Iranian Explosion

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