26 October 2007

Syria gets caught once again...

With its nuclear pants down around its ankles.

-- WASHINGTON -- New commercial satellite images show a suspected Syrian nuclear reactor site has been wiped clean since it was bombed Sept. 6 by Israeli aircraft.

Analysts say Thursday that the cleanup will hinder a proposed investigation by international nuclear inspectors and suggests Syria is trying to conceal evidence.
Apparently the Syrians were so caught up in burying all the evidence, they forgot about that big "eye in the sky."
An image taken Wednesday by a DigitalGlobe commercial satellite shows tractors or bulldozers and scrape marks on the ground where the building stood in photos taken before the September Israeli attack.

Had the building not been razed, inspectors would have been able to tell from its construction whether it was meant to house a North Korean-style nuclear reactor, Albright said.

He said that the structure got a roof so early in its construction also suggests that it was a reactor.
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UPDATE: Satellite pictures posted here

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LAST WORD: Here's the real story...

The Iranian military are crappin' their diapers.
Notice how far away Dayr az-Zawr is from Israel. An F15/16 attack there is not a tiptoe across the border, but a deep, deep penetration of Syrian airspace.

And guess what happened with the Russian super hyper sophisticated cutting edge antiaircraft missile batteries when that penetration took place on September 6th.

Nothing.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Silly Syrians, all that work to what end?...didn't they know that Hans Blix is the inspector?

Anonymous said...

So when the Syrians said the Israelis bombed an empty field, it was a premonition! Now I get it!