Through a massive cyber assault, Israel has destroyed Iran’s nuclear potential. While one explosion took place at the uranium enrichment center, the other exploded at the missile manufacturing center. According to a report by a newspaper agency, these attacks were carried out in the past.
Iran, on the other side, has threatened retaliation against the country that carried out cyber attacks. The newspaper quoted sources as saying that the Israeli cyber attack opened fire on Thursday morning in Iran’s Natanz Nuclear Enrichment Center and triggered a massive explosion.
The whole center was built underground. Sources claimed Iran’s nuclear program was already going back nearly two months due to Israel’s offensive. The Natraj is located 250 km south of the capital Tehran. The entire center has been built 25 feet below the ground given protection from airstrikes.
There is also a fuel enrichment center in an area of one lakh square meters. A picture of the damage to the building has been published. The news agency said that on 26 June, an Israeli F-35 stealth fighter jet attacked an Iran hideout in the Parchin area and dropped several bombs. It is believed to be a base for making missiles.
Indeed, Israel says Iran is constantly upgrading its weapons and missiles and supplying it to the anti-Jewish Hezbollah. Let us tell you that neither of these attacks has been confirmed by Israel. Earlier there were reports that Iran had tried to hack the Israeli water supply in April. Iran’s attack was foiled by Israel’s cyber defense.
If Iran had succeeded in this effort, it would have been able to increase the amount of chlorine underwater to dangerous levels. This will trigger a water crisis in the country as well.