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"A powerful explosion was heard this morning on the outskirts of Dailam in the Bushehr province. Witnesses said that the missile was fired from an unknown plane 20 km [12 miles] from the city," Iran's Arabic language Al-Alam said, Reuters reported.
In one sign that the situation in Syria is far from rosy, the United States on Tuesday recalled its ambassador to that country in a sign it's far from pleased with Damascus
Iran's intelligence chief on Wednesday accused the United States of flying spy drones over its nuclear sites and threatened to shoot down the unmanned surveillance crafts.
Originally posted by Nerdling
Iran is now saying that it wasn't a fuel tank.
The plot thickens.
It was later reported that a fuel tank dropped from a plane may have been the cause of the explosion - but that was rejected by Iran's Revolutionary Guard.
Originally posted by sanctum
Maybe Iran microwaved the drone and it crashed.
Some drones are quite large. Hence the explosion...after having a peek at whatever.
Originally posted by picard_is_actually_a_grey
I cant believe even Israel would do this, considering how sensative a period they are involved in at the moment with the palestinians and co.
Originally posted by smokenmirrors
ah, the axis aligns itself, as do the allies. it appears the world drifts closer to war. i have stated all along iraq was but a stepping stone. syria, iran, they both shall fall. the armies of the free world are on the march again, and like dominoes, the enemies of freedom will fall.
in spite of all the huffing and puffing of armchair warriors on this website, neither the syrians, iranians, nor russians, nor any axis of them combined, can prevail against the armies of the west, the americans, british, aussies, canadians, israelis, etc.