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‘Nuke aimed at Iran'? Tehran raises alarm after Israel test-fires mystery rocket in broad daylight


Added 12-07-19 03:37:01am EST - “As the world is abuzz with speculation over Israel's shadowy "rocket propulsion system" test, Tehran bluntly claimed that the projectile it fired from a base south of Tel Aviv was actually a nuclear-capable missile aimed at Iran.” - Rt.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Rt.com: “‘Nuke aimed at Iran’? Tehran raises alarm after Israel test-fires mystery rocket in broad daylight”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

“Israel today tested a nuke-missile, aimed at Iran,” Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif suggested in a tweet posted on Friday evening. He lamented that the West never complains “about the only nuclear arsenal in West Asia,” but “has fits of apoplexy over our conventional defensive [rockets].”

The mysterious missile in question was launched earlier in the day, with Israel’s military remaining conspicuously tight-lipped about it.

“The defense establishment conducted a test of a rocket propulsion system, from a base in central Israel,” read a carefully worded tweet that caused much speculation among informed pundits and the media.

A few minutes ago, the defense establishment conducted a test of a rocket propulsion system, from a base in central Israel. The test was pre-determined and took place according to plan.

Further muddying the water, the Defense Ministry didn’t even disclose the location of the “pre-determined” test, but videos and photos that popped up on social media showed a single, long trail of smoke rising from the Palmachim airbase situated south of Tel Aviv.

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