Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Did Somali Pirates Save Israel from Iranian Nuclear Attack?

The blogs are ablaze with talk of an Iranian (Radioactive) Dirty Bomb that was on its way to Israel to be blown up on Yom Kippur.

According to the stories, the hold of the ship was filled with radioactive sand.

Somali pirates intercepted the Iranian ship and opened the sealed hold. 16 Somali pirates have supposedly since died of extreme radiation poisoning.

The ship was meant to be detonated near Israel with the fine sand to be carried over Israel.

If this story is true, then all I can say is that God works in mysterious ways, and now we know why the Somali pirates have been running free and pirating these past few years.

We're all still a little skeptical about this story over here, even if it does have a ring of truth to it.

Why hasn't the mainstream media (besides Arutz-7) started picking up on this story yet?


Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael טובה הארץ מאד מאד

8 comments:

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Since when is Arutz-Sheva "mainstream media"?

JoeSettler said...

I just knew someone would try to change the focus of this post and concentrate on that line instead.

devorah said...

It only took Arutz Sheva TWO WEEKS to publish it. It was originally blogged on 6 October. http://shiratdevorah.blogspot.com/2008/10/hijacked-iranian-ship-was-dirty-bomb.html

Since then my website has been out-of-control with all the links and hits to the story. Original story published by Brian Harring at http://tbrnews.org

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Devorah - we gave you the first link on the post :)

A7 probably didnt comment since the story hasnt been picked by a single MSM source...which makes one wonder if there's simply a huge coverup or if the whole story is simply non-existent. I can't say...don't know.

Anonymous said...

Cause only the crackpots at A7 would believe such a story :)

Jameel said...

anon 8:35: IsraPundit is far from being a CrackPot blog...

Jack said...

IsraPundit is far from being a CrackPot blog...

How far would that be, we need specifics. Is it a couple of klicks, a hop, step and a jump or a mile?

tafka pp said...

Jameel- re IsraPundit- defends on your definition of CrackPot...

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