Israeli agents convinced Iranian scientists to blow up their own nuclear facilities
- Dec 3, 2021 7:02 pm GMT
-- They posed as Iranian dissidents and smuggled bombs into the Natanz facility disguised as food --
They are said to have smuggled some explosives into the plant in food lorries, while others were dropped in via drones and picked up by scientists – who they convinced to use against the nuclear sites by posing as Iranian dissidents.
The attack on the facility is just one of a long line of Israeli sabotages of Iranian nuclear facilities, a strategy that they have engaged in more as Iranian nuclear research has progressed.
The Natanz facility, a critical nuclear research site, has been hit by at least three attacks linked to the Israeli secret service, the Mossad.
In another incident, agents used a quadcopter drone to fire missiles at the
In recent years, following the US withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal,
In April Iran said that it would start enriching uranium up to 60 percent after the attack on its Natanz plant which it blamed on
This week – much to the ire of
But on Thursday, Israeli officials called on the US directly to cease those negotiations.
In a phone call with US Secretary of State
He said that
The Israeli leader also expressed his concern about a new report from the UN, issued during the US-Iran talks in
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