Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Someone is knocking off Iranian nuke scientists

Another Iranian scientist involved in the development of Iran's nuclear weapons program met his end today when a motorbike pulled alongside his car and a rider attached a magnetic bomb.  These bombs are designed, according to sources, to kill the target but not cause collateral damage.  Photos of the car and the victim available on line confirm that's the case.

Fingers will be pointed at the U.S. and Israel for a role in the attack.  But it will be years before the truth is told.

I wonder if the secrecy that shrouded the Manhattan Project would work today.  Don't know what that was? Look it up.  Meanwhile, Iranian scientists should think twice about their careers.

See today's news story here.

Alisa Flatow Stephen Flatow

Monday, January 2, 2012

Surprise! Terrorists launch phosphorous laden missile from Gaza. reports that mortars launched from Gaza contain phosphorous, a chemical designed to spread fire around the impact site and which is banned by all humane conventions of warfare.

Is this is a test of Israel's IDF to gauge the response to the use of internationally prohibited weaponry?  Read the full article 2 mortar shells from Gaza contained phosphorous.

Alisa Stephen Flatow