Possible Tactical Nuclear Strike (Neutron Bomb) in Yemen? Global Research News 2 years ago Categories:English
GR Editor’s note
The report below is unconfirmed. The evidence is scanty. The analysis of this event requires further examination. There is no proof that it was an Israeli IDF undertaking (M. Ch, GR Editor) * * *
Analysis by Jeff Smith who is a nuclear physicist and former IAEA inspector:
A video received from Yemen, believed to be taken May 20, 2015, of an explosion, when analyzed by nuclear weapons experts is, by very high probability, a neutron bomb that could only have been an Israeli attack.
A. Its not a conventional 2k lb bomb. It’s much bigger.
B. Its either a very large MOAB bigger than 4,000 lbs. or; ???? Max weight for an F-15 / 16 is about 2,000 lb payload per bomb rack making the deployment of a MOAB impossible.
Lightning effect and duration of the fire ball being suspended in mid air and the very large mushroom cloud is the main give away, that is because it is being hit by neutrons from the nuclear fireball blast. It overloads the ccd’s electronic circuit producing white flashes. If the radiation is too high it will burn out the chip. They had big problems with this in Japan with the Fukushima robots cameras failing due to very high radiation counts.
D. Delivery is most likely by an IDF F-16 with a Saudi paint job on the plane. They are not even hiding their use anymore, they just don’t publicly admit it and the IAEA does nothing or says nothing. That is the true war crime. The UN just ignores it unless the US, France or GB complain…
A. The range of the camera is calculated to be about 4 to 5 miles from ground zero based on shock wave timing.
B. Saudi has no F-16’s. The aircraft reported to be used to droop the bomb in Yemen were F-16’s. Photos and acoustic signature confirms that the jet engines noise is from a single engine jet fighter of the F-16 type.
8 hours ago
At first I thought PressTV was compromised and therefore not reporting this. But now, after PressTV went to the scene and spoke to top weapons experts who were also at the scene of the nuclear bombing in Syria, ALL CONCUR: There is no doubt nuclear weapons were used, including at least one ground penetrating nuke, and that proof of the use of nuclear weapons is irrefutable.
The following is quoted from PressTV:
Striking evidence of the use of American EPW (Earth Penetrating Weapons) nuclear weapons in Syria has come to light. Experts say the proof is irrefutable.
Dramatic video footage from Syria has revealed startling evidence that counters Israel’s claims of “surgical strikes” on weapons headed to Lebanon.
What were said to be air strikes is now proven to have actually been artillery, something easily discernible to even an untrained observer.
What happens next is shocking. While artillery shells rain down on Syrian army positions, mobile Israeli artillery in direct support and even accompanying rebel forces inside Syria, a huge explosion occurs.
After analysis, it had become clear, Syria had come under attack by Israel using, not just nuclear weapons, but an American nuclear bunker buster bomb, one of several supplied to Israel to use against Iran, one of the last acts of the Bush/Cheney administration.
Submitted for analysis, the footage was compared with tests of the 37,000-pound MOB (Massive Ordnance Penetrator), designed by Boeing to be used against Iran’s underground facilities. There was no similarity whatsoever noted between the Syrian “event” and a conventional “bunker buster” including the GBU 57, the largest conventional weapon ever to be used." End quote.
After two years of relentless conflict, Yemen faces a humanitarian crisis quickly engulfing the majority of its population. According to the latest United Nations reports published this past April, an alarming 18.8 million people — almost two thirds of the population — need humanitarian assistance or protection support. Since mid-2015, when Houthi rebel forces took over the capital city of Sana’a, at least 3 million people have fled their homes from regions now embroiled in a prolonged ground war. As a result of the fighting, public services have broken down. Less than half of the health centers function, with medical supplies at a critically low supply. As of this past May, the 1.3 million-plus civil servants were entering an eighth month of not being paid. This statistic includes the thousands of doctors, nurses and paramedics who continue to work despite the increasingly bleak future.
As almost all foreign media are banned from the country, it was through the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs that Giles Clarke was given a month of rare access to document the declining humanitarian situation. In that time, he covered more than 2,200 km on the roads and visited many IDP (internationally displaced persons) settlements, hospitals and remote mountain towns. The physical beauty of Yemen is not lost on one while traveling, but the stories of pain, conflict and injury bear no relation to the spectacular rural landscapes. This is a country now deeply fractured by war, and unless there is some kind of peace agreement sometime soon, it seems very likely that the already desperate situation will plunge further into the abyss.
8 days ago
Title: Destruction of Al Taqwa Mosque
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Palestinians look at al-Taqwa mosque, which was heavily damaged after an Israeli airstrike, in Gaza January 8, 2009. In the Gaza Strip, Israeli aircraft bombed targets across Gaza.
In 2008 & 2009 Israel destroyed 27 mosques in Palestine: (to read more, you need to go to the above Flickr link) - Here I just write the name of mosques:
1- Masjid of the Martyr Imad Aqel in Jabaliya camp
2- Masjid Al-Saraya
3- Majid Al-Abbas
4- Masjid Al-Shifaa
5- Masjid Al-Fadilah in Rafah
6- Masjid Ezz Al-Dien Al-Qassam in Abasan / Khan-Younis
7- Masjid Al-Ribat in Rafah
8- Masjid Al-Abrar in Rafah
9- Masjid Riad Al-Saaliheen
10- Masjid Al-Faruq Omar bin Al-Khatab in Al-Breij camp
11- Masjid Abu Hanifa Nu’man in Tal Alhawa
12- Masjid Khalil Al-Rahman in Abasan
13- Masjid Al-Nasr in Beit Hanoun town
14- Masjid Al-Khulafa (Al-Rashideen) in Jabaliya camp
15- Masjid Omar Bin Abdel Aziz in Beit Hanoun
16- Masjid Martyr Ibrahim Al-Maqadmah in Beit Lahia town
17- Masjid Hassan Al-Banna in Al-Zaitoon
18-Masjid Al-Taqwa in Al-Shiekh Radwan
19- Masjid Al-Noor Al-Mohammed
20- Masjid Hamza in Bani Saheela
21- Masjid Ibad Al-Rahman in Wadi Al-Salqa village
22- Masjid Al-Ribat in Khan-Younis
23- Masjid Al-Ssafa in Al-Breij camp
24- Masjid Dar Al-Fadeela
25- Masjid Bilal bin Rabah in Rafah
26- Masjid Al-Salateen in Jabaliya
27- Masjid Al-Estiqamah in Rafah
Also they demolishing of many of places of prayer – those are located inside the buildings of ministries, associations, sports clubs, civilian police centers, and other civilian institutions that the Israeli forces had bombed and destroyed.