Israel has conducted three major operations against Iran’s nuclear sites in the past 18 months. These attacks involved a thousand Mossad personnel and were carried out with ruthless precision using high-tech weapons including drones and a quadcopter – ???? And spies inside Tehran???? K holy, his nuclear program.
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While President Biden’s nuclear negotiators are trying to snatch the devastation from the jaws of defeat in Vienna, Israel is taking things more seriously.
Last week, Israel’s prime minister, Naftali Bennett, pointed to a new policy on Tehran: retaliation against aggression from militias backed by Tehran with covert attacks on Iranian soil.
It builds on the broad capabilities Mossad has built up in the Islamic Republic in recent years. in February ???? Seven months before The New York Times ??broken???? Same story???? I uncovered in London’s Jewish Chronicle how Israeli spies killed nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh using a remotely controlled machine gun. Now I can unravel the secrets behind Israel’s latest triple attack on Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
The tripartite sabotage effort began with a mysterious explosion at the Iran Center for Advance Centrifuge (ICAC) facility in Natanj, one of the ultrasecure nuclear sites located around Iran, on July 2, 2020.
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First, the Iranians were reveled. The building had apparently blew itself up. but how? As they say, the answer surprised them. When Ayatollah experts were renovating the facility in 2019, Israeli agents posed as construction traders and sold them building supplies. The building material was loaded with explosives. A year later, he was detonated by Tel Aviv.
Although it caused considerable damage, the Nutanz plant was out of the game. Under a protective layer of 40 feet of concrete and iron lies the inner sanctum of the A1000 underground hall. Inside were 5,000 centrifuges that day and night, minute by minute led the Iranian regime to a nuclear weapon.
Work has started in the second phase of the plan. Mossad spies contacted 10 Iranian scientists who had access to this hall and managed to persuade them to switch sides – ???? However, he convinced the scientists that they were working for international dissidents, not Israel.
Incredibly, the scientists agreed to blow up the high security facility.
â???? Their motivations were all different, ???? A reputable Israeli source told me. Mossad found out what he deeply wanted in his life and offered it to him. There was an inner circle of scientists who knew more about the operation, and an outer circle that helped but had less “knowledge”. ,
The puzzle of transporting the explosives to the fortified complex remained.
This was achieved in two ways. First, a drone flew over its airspace and delivered the bombs to an agreed-upon location for scientists to collect. Then came smuggling.
â????Letâ?? Say you wanted to bring explosives to Natanz, the one???? A source told me, Fearless. A???? How can you do this? For example, you might think about how the people who work there should eat. They need food.
â???? So you can put the explosives in the lorry that delivers the food to the canteen, and the scientists can take it once inside. Yes, you can do this.
The plan worked. Scientists collect the bombs and set them up. In April, when Iran announced that it had started using advanced IR-5 and IR-6 centrifuges in underground halls???? In open defiance of its nuclear commitments???? The explosives were triggered.
The explosion destroyed the secure power system, leading to a blackout. Ninety percent of the centrifuges were destroyed, leaving the facility out of operation for nine months. The scientists immediately disappeared. Today everyone is alive and well.
Mossad’s attention then turned to the production of centrifuges, in order to disrupt the regime’s attempt to restore the Natanz facility. Crosshairs moved to Karaj, 30 miles northwest of Tehran, where Iran Centrifuge Technology Company (TESA) is located.
In the past months, a team of Israeli spies and their Iranian agents had jointly smuggled an armed quadcopter – ???? Same weight as a motorcycle, a source confirmed â???? In the country, in pieces. Now it was time to deploy it.
On June 23, the team assembled the kit and carried it 10 miles from the TESA factory. The operatives launched it, drove it to the factory and dropped the payload, causing a huge explosion. The drone then returned to the launch site, where it was buoyed for use again.
It is significant that these operations took place while negotiations were going on in Vienna. Mossad operations were carried out without international cooperation. To use Israeli intelligence slang, the attacks were “blue and white”???? instead of a ???? blue-white-and-red, a ???? which reflects US involvement. This is also important.
In recent weeks, Axios reported, Israel has shared intelligence to prove that Iran is building a technical base to enrich uranium to 90 percent purity, the level needed to bomb.
While Biden’s team, saturated with gullibility and a back-to-the-future focus on the Obama years, follows a jaw-dropping ruthless chase in Vienna, the cynical Iranians are preparing for war???? And the Mossads, whose instincts are fueled by the desire to save their families from destruction, are trying to stop them.
The difference between cloud-cuckoo Washington and Holocaust Jerusalem is clear. And in seven months???? Time, you can also read it in The New York Times.
Jake Wallis Simmons is the deputy editor of the Jewish Chronicle. from the viewer.
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