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September 19, 2012 4:10 pm

Report: Possible U.S. Role in Sabotage of Iranian Power Lines

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Satellite view of the uranium-enrichment facility near Qom, Iran. Photo: DigitalGlobe.

Ynet – Could the United States be behind a move to sabotage power lines at Iran’s nuclear facilities? The Daily Beast on Wednesday suggested that US Special Forces, which have been training for operation inside Islamic Republic for years, could already be on the ground .

On Monday, Fereydoun Abbasi, Iran’s vice president and the chief of its nuclear energy agency, said that power lines between the city of Qom and the underground Fordo nuclear centrifuge facility were blown up with explosives on August 17. The power lines leading to Iran’s Natanz facilities were blown up as well, he said.

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