Iranian officials confirmed that the nuclear facility explosion was caused by man-made destruction, and multiple evidence points to Israel
During this time, there have been many conflicts between the United States and Iran. The two sides have launched fierce confrontations around the Iranian nuclear issue and the extension of the arms embargo against Iran. The United States has not only passed the International Atomic Energy Agency’s resolution to enter Iran to inspect nuclear power plants in conjunction with other countries in Europe. Iran is also completely irrepressible, and it is directly in place, issuing a maximum arrest warrant for dozens of officials, including Trump. The exchange of visits between the two parties has pushed the situation in the Middle East to continue to be tense.
A few days ago, US officials revealed that in order to prevent Iran from obtaining For nuclear weapons, the United States will consider using military means directly, which has aroused great concern from the outside world. Many people think that it is unrealistic for the United States to fight Iran, and the United States may not be able to win it with complete confidence. This view is not unreasonable. After all, at the beginning of this year, Trump did not choose to do it. Obviously, he was too scrupulous. But in fact, this is also because the bottom line of the United States is not met. Once Iran is close to possessing nuclear weapons, the United States will certainly not be soft-handed. Coincidentally, on July 2nd, a nuclear facility in Iran suddenly exploded, causing the collapse of some buildings. The timing is sensitive, and it is hard not to make people associate.
And according to Reuters, on July 3, The Iranian government stated that it had found the cause of the explosion at the country’s major nuclear facilities, but for safety reasons, the relevant information will be announced at an appropriate time. At the same time, the Iranian side emphasized that the explosion site did not store nuclear material at the time, so the incident did not cause casualties and nuclear leakage. There is ample evidence that the explosion was sabotage and will retaliate against any country that has launched a cyber attack on its nuclear facilities. According to relevant sources, the explosion caused Iran to lose more than 80%of the UF6 gas, which will greatly slow down TehranNext Uranium enrichment activities.
It is reported that the location of the explosion occurred in the Natanzi region of Iran The damaged building was considered by experts as an advanced centrifuge assembly plant. So who actually planned the incident? The Russian media pointed the finger at Israel, thinking that it caused an explosion of Iran’s nuclear facilities through cyber attacks, and the explosion of the Iran’s Pachin military base last week was also sent by Israel’s F-35 by the air raid. The New York Times quoted sources in the Middle East as saying that the explosion was caused by devices previously installed inside the facility and destroyed most of the ground structures. But no matter what kind of argument, Israel is the biggest suspicion. As for the motive for committing the crime, Israel has threatened more than once that it will launch a pre-emptive strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Iran’s strength in the Middle East is good, although Saudi Arabia leads Sunni countries are not friendly to them, but because of their limited military strength, they dare not easily touch this mold. Saudi Arabia is unable to handle the Hussein armed forces supported by Iran. Taking the initiative to undermine Iran’s nuclear implementation is tantamount to self-immolation. So the only people most likely to commit crimes are the United States and Israel. However, the United States and Israel can basically be regarded as one, so this will further deteriorate the already terrible US-Iranian relationship. Now that Iran has threatened to retaliate, we can see how Iran will move next.