How Many Ways Can Israel Wage War on Iran Before the Media Reports It?

The Most Revolutionary Act

Satellite images of Natanz nuclear plant. Pics: Google (before) and Iran International (after) (Images via Sky News)Satellite images of Natanz nuclear plant. Pics: Google (before) and Iran International (after) (Images via Sky News)

Israel just bombed Iran. And no one noticed.

On July 2, 2020, two explosions erupted in Iran, and both seem to have been ignited by Israel. Neither explosion attracted much reporting, and what reporting there has been remains thin and confused.

The first report came out on the afternoon of July 3. The Jerusalem Post picked up a story from Kuwait’s Al-Jarida, reporting that a fire had broken out at Iran’s civilian Natanz nuclear enrichment site. The Kuwaiti report says that an unnamed senior source informed them that the fire was caused by an Israeli cyber attack. They suggest that Iran will need about two months to recover from the attack. Iranian officials have since confirmed that, though none of the underground centrifuges were damaged, the above ground damage is extensive, and…

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