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Syrian Nuke Site (Photos)


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By Noah Shachtman May 16, 2008 http://blog.wired.com/defense/2008/05/syrian-nuke-sit.html

How far did the Syrians go to hide their nuclear site? So far, they may have disguised the place like a "ruined Byzantine fortress," Arms Control Wonk Jeffrey Lewis says.

Can you pick out which of the one is the Syrian nuke facility, and which one is the fortress at Tziporri?

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http://www.armscontrolwonk.com/1885/more-boxology

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AHA.... BUSTED ... the REAL Syrian Nuclear Plant is the photograph on the RIGHT.

Sure, it LOOKS old... but notice the funny red square in the middle of the photograph, just above the grass.

Thats a modern fire hose with backboard and statutory notices attached. !

They didn't have THOSE in Byzantine times !

NUCLEAR PLANT... BOMB BOMB BOMB BOMB

Meow Purr :P

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AHA.... BUSTED ... the REAL Syrian Nuclear Plant is the photograph on the RIGHT.

Sure, it LOOKS old... but notice the funny red square in the middle of the photograph, just above the grass.

Thats a modern fire hose with backboard and statutory notices attached. !

They didn't have THOSE in Byzantine times !

NUCLEAR PLANT... BOMB BOMB BOMB BOMB

Meow Purr :P

The other three images are of a Byzantine fortress in Zippori (Sepphoris) National Park, Israel.

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