We know that somehow Israeli drop tanks ended up in Turkey and Syria as well as Israel has stated a raid happened. We know that a vast number of leaks have emanated from the US administration and in some cases they have specified target areas. We also know that satellite photos of the region show NO facilities typical of a nuclear weapons program or reactor were present in those areas. We also know that a number of third party journalists have been to the purported target areas (as identified by US 'sources") and they have verified that there was no evidence of an attack in those locations. Finally, we know that no North Korean ship has called at the port identified during the time frame cited. For a fairly concise, but not exhaustive, report see: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/war/070906-airstrike.htm The evidence certainly discredits the reports being put out by neoconservative sources. You once suggested the raid was a contract job for the US. Might have been.
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