Iran seems to have had quite enough of Israel openly saying it plans to attack Iran's nuclear program. For weeks, news coverage here in the West has revealed Israeli officials have been meeting with U.S. officials to discuss the coming attacks.
Yesterday, Iran launched a salvo of ballistic missiles from a launch site in southern Iran, targeting a remote mock-up of Israel's Dimora nuclear power plant.
It is this nuclear center from which Israel gets the material it then uses to refine into nuclear warheads.
The ballistic missiles traveled over a thousand miles and struck the mock-up with pinpoint accuracy!
While Israel has the "Iron Dome" missile defense system, which seems to be quite effective, it can simply be over-whelmed when let's say, fifty or a hundred . . . or a thousand. . . missiles are coming at it.
If Iranian missiles actually struck Dimora, not only would Israel lose production of nuclear material for its weapons, it would immediately have a radiation problem large enough to be a national emergency.
A radioactive plume from Dimora would move with prevailing winds into other nearby nations, too. Depending on wind direction, the radiation could go east into Jordan and Saudi Arabia, head north into Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, or more likely, head south into Egypt.
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