Israel carried carried out nuclear tests in the Negev desert in order to gauge out the repercussions and damage caused by an explosion of a “dirty” radiological bomb by enemy forces, according to the Israeli daily Haaretz. –
A dirty bomb combines radiological materials with other more standard explosives. The tests were carried out following a similar four-year project dubbed “Green Field” at the Dimona nuclear reactor, 36 kilometres from the town of Beersheba, and ended in 2014. –
The majority of the explosion tests were implemented in the desert, while one was done at a closed facility. For the latter, the area had to be closed off until the effects of radiation were eliminated. The tests involved 20 detonations (micro nukes) , comprising 250 grams to 25 kilograms of explosives, mixed with a radioactive material called 99mTc which is used for medical imaging. Tiny drones were used to measure radiation, while sensors measured the impact of each blast. Source
The Haretz article by Chaim Levinson was posted on Jun 08, 2015
Since then the world has been bombarded with stories of how “Islamic State ” might have a dirty bomb In fact “ISIS” came into global spotlight at about this time There has been a steady stream of stories planted in the Mainstream Media aka the Talmudic Matrix to prepare the world for an “ISIS Nuclear Dirty Bomb ” attack .
July to December 2014
By Joe Cirincione President of Plougshares Fund, a global security foundation. He is author of Nuclear Nightmares: Securing the World Before It Is Too Late , member of the Secretary of State’s International Security Advisory Board and the Council on Foreign Relations
Nov 18, 2014 –The risks of ISIS getting a nuclear bomb are small. But they are not zero. The group represents the greatest nuclear terrorist threat we have faced since Osama bin Laden talked with Pakistani nuclear scientists about how, exactly, he could build a bomb.
Dec 12 2014 Hamayun Tariq, a British ISIS member now based in Syria, claimed on social media that the group obtained the uranium from Mosul University and now possesses a “dirty bomb” that it is now considering detonating in a public area.
British ISIS fanatics have built a dirty bomb and boast of the damage it could inflict on London By Nick Dorman, Neil Doyle 29
Nov 2014 Islamic State fanatics have built a dirty bomb, it has been claimed. The fighters are said to have made a device using radioactive uranium stolen from Iraq’s Mosul University after seizing control of the city last June. And this week they were boasting of the damage it would cause if blown up in London, although sources insist security measures would make it almost impossible to transport here. Among those bragging about the bomb’s development is Hamayun Tariq, of Dudley, West Midlands, who is now training fellow Brits in Syria.
The Islamic State group claims its financial fortunes are flourishing to the point that it is in a position to obtain a nuclear bomb within the coming year, according to the latest issue of the extremist group’s online propaganda magazine Dabiq. An article purportedly authored by British captive John Cantlie conceded the scenario is a “far-fetched” one, but that the militant group could actually obtain a nuclear device through Pakistan.
Isis claims it could buy its first nuclear weapon from Pakistan within a year Independant Heather Saul
23 May 2015 Isis has used the latest issue of its propaganda magazine Dabiq to suggest the group is expanding so rapidly it could buy its first nuclear weapon within a year. The hyperbolic article, which the group attributes to the British hostage John Cantlie (yes there exists an ISIS hostage with the name cant-lie), claims Isis has transcended its roots as “the most explosive Islamic ‘group’ in the modern world” to evolve into “the most explosive Islamic movement the modern world has ever seen” in less than twelve months.
ARE WE BEING PREPARED FOR AN ISIS FALSE FLAG NUCLEAR ATTACK?