Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Syrian Nuke Plant Struck by Israel Resembles North Korean Facility

From AP and the Jerusalem Post:

Commercial satellite images show construction in eastern Syria that resembles the early stages of a small, North Korean-model nuclear reactor, independent experts said in a report Wednesday, speculating that it was the site hit last month in an Israeli airstrike.

The photos, taken nearly a month before the Sept. 6 strike, show a tall box-like building near the Euphrates River that the report said was similar in shape to a North Korean 5-megawatt reactor building in Yongbyon.
Once again, as was the case with Israel's destruction of Saddam Hussein's Osirak nuclear reactor, the U.S. and the Free World owe a debt of gratitude to the Israeli Air Force.


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