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Syrian Nuclear Reactor Disappears

Posted by Atilla89 on October 27, 2007

Here’s the official picture of the nuclear reactor in Syria, before and after it was hit by the Israeli strike. I personally think that it is concealed by a ‘borrowed’ Romulan cloaking device. Now you see it, haha, Now you don’t! Hat tip to LGF.

Photo

US experts claimed that the speed with which Syria hurried to clear up any rubble remaining after the alleged strike was indicative of its will to get rid of incriminating evidence. A senior intelligence official said the evacuation of debris was not a pre-planned clearing up, which usually lasts up to a year. It was “amazing” that the Syrians made such efforts to make evidence “vanish” so quickly, the official said.

David Albright, President of the Institute for Science and International Security, said the building’s disappearance was troubling. It seems Syria is trying to hide something, Albright said, but “it will not work. [They] will have to produce answers on what happened there.”

Now to leave you with a little treat, here’s what happens when you piss off the Canadians, result: mass ownage.

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2 Responses to “Syrian Nuclear Reactor Disappears”

  1. […] Israel, Middle-East, Military, Nukes, Syria — Atilla89 @ 11:34 pm We all know that recently Israel bombed a nuclear reactor in Syria, but what I found specially interesting was not the speed in which Syria cleared the area, however, […]

  2. […] Atilla89 on November 24, 2008 Last year on September 6th, a suspected Syrian Nuclear reactor was destroyed by Israel. There has been a lot of controversy around the world whether this was an actual nuclear reactor or […]

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