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Wow. Forgive my ignorance, would that mean they tested the nuke underground and it caused the earthquake?
Maybe it really was just a coincidence.
Or maybe the government used its secret earthquake machines, made an earthquake in Iran with the intention that it makes people think they're testing nukes and so now our government has to go clear out their WMDs....
Iranian Kurdistan (Kurdish: کوردستانی ئێران Kurdistanî Iran) or Kurdistana Rojhilat (Eastern Kurdistan)  or Rojhilatê Kurdistan (East of Kurdistan) , formerly: Persian Kurdistan) is an unofficial name for the parts of Iran inhabited by Kurds and has borders with Iraq and Turkey. It includes the greater parts of West Azerbaijan province, Kurdistan Province, Kermanshah Province and Ilam Province . Kurds form the majority of the population of this region  with an estimated population of 4 million. The region is the eastern part of the greater cultural-geographical area called Kurdistan and is referred to as Eastern Kurdistan by some.
It is noteworthy, that from the estimated 4 million Iranian Kurds, who are mainly Sunnis, 1,555,000 of them are Shia Kermanshahi Kurds.
Iranian or Eastern Kurdistan is not to be confused with the Kordestan province in Iran which only encompasses one-eighth of the Kurdish inhabited areas of Iran or Iranian Kurdistan.
Iran is on course to produce enough highly enriched uranium to make nuclear weapons despite technical problems, a new study says.
Originally posted by mamabeth
reply to post by kid_of_3NKi
Are you out of your mind about Iran having nukes?I don't believe
for a minute that any nuke technology they have would be for energy
use only.They will build bombs and either bomb the U.S. or Israel.