what's interesting to me is, all we get is the sunday times article (not an unusual way of getting information out, but who knows whose way - as usual). in any case, all it says is how some satellite images (whose?) are viewed by israeli officials, which isn't a nothing, but it isn't a big something either. any foregone conclusions here are bound to be wrong, exactly because they're foregone. plus there's the ususal possible conclusion by some that this kind of leaks /info /whatever it is are bound to mean something else than what is being said. that's not a given at all either, & it's actually more likely that the info the way it's conveyed is accurate. what is significant then is that a blast really occurred, was no accident, plus the telling iranian reactions to it. that, again, isn't telling that much, but it ain't telling nothing. that's how i think about it.
Jerusalem stabbing: Assailant shot dead after attacking 3 police officers (Haaretz)
from the article: Report: Mysterious blast in Iran's Isfahan damaged key nuclear site