A huge explosion seems to have occurred at a sensitive Iranian military base that has long been suspected of carrying on nuclear work for years.
The large explosion lit up the sky east of Tehran with Iranian officials and Arab media giving conflicting reports as to its cause.
Iran’s defense ministry is saying that the blast happened at a gas storage facility in a ‘public area’ of Parchin, rather than at the military base while hedging about it being a gas explosion.
And other reports speculate that something else could have happened in Parchin, where the local military base is suspected of housing a nuclear facility.
Where the Saudi media outlet Al Arabiya is reporting that the explosion took place at the sensitive military base in Parchin.
Iranian Defense Ministry spokesman Davoud Abdi told state TV that the explosion took place at an Iranian gas storage facility in an area that “houses a sensitive military site” near Tehran.
He insisted the explosion took place in the “public area” of Parchin, as opposed to the military site at the city, adding that the fire was under control and there were no casualties. But he did not give any information about the cause of the blast.
But videos and photos posted on social media and aired by Arab media showed a massive explosion sending a bright orange flash into the night’s sky suggesting there may be more to the incident.
Western intelligence has indicated for some time that Tehran has carried out explosive tests relevant to nuclear bomb detonations but Iran has dismissed the intelligence as “fabricated.”
But Israeli intelligence has said for years that Iran has used its Parchin military base as the site for secret tests of technology that could be used only for detonating a nuclear weapon.
An Israeli Intelligence Minister has said that there were implosion tests at Parchin involving neutron sources that would include nuclear material.
Israel has said this was based on highly reliable information on nuclear activities that occurred after the construction of a nuclear weaponization test site at Parchin.
Israel also said the only possible purpose of such internal neutron sources is to ignite the nuclear chain reaction in nuclear weapons.
An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report in 2011, which included information received from member countries around Iran, also indicated that Iran may have conducted such nuclear experiments.
Iran has long refused U.N. nuclear inspectors access to the Parchin base outside Tehran where the IAEA has said it has observed via satellite ongoing construction and revamping activity.
Also, the Jewish state has threatened to bomb the nuclear installations of its arch-enemy Iran. With both Netanyahu of Israel and US President Trump vowing Iran will not get “the bomb.”
In 2014, the Iranian Parchin base was suspected to have been damaged by a similar fire or explosion but investigations by the International Atomic Energy Agency were prevented due to a lack of access.
So there are good reasons for this current large explosion at this sensitive base in Iran to be suspect.
Especially since Iran has said it will no longer restrict its nuclear activities, and it’s known they have tripled their stockpile of enriched uranium with many experts expecting Iran to have a nuclear breakout developing the nuclear bomb.
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