– Gholamreza Jalali, head of the Passive Defense Organization: It is not possible to comment on the fact that the Parchin accident was an explosion of gas facilities by hacking computer systems.
– If this explosion is an attack by Israel, that country has enough motivation for it. One month ago, the Islamic Republic of Iran launched a large-scale cyber attack on Israeli drinking water facilities, but failed. Now, if it was on Israel’s side, it could be a retaliatory attack.
– There is a possibility in political circles that the Parchin bombing could be a sabotage planned by the regime itself to destroy uranium artifacts and covert activities: a kind of “premeditated self-mutilation” ?!
The Parchin explosion will surely be costly for the Islamic Republic, even if it is officially claimed to have been related to the “gas tank” explosion.
A suspicious explosion in the Khojir military area in eastern Tehran near the Parchin nuclear facility occurred less than 10 days after the issuance of a resolution against the Islamic Republic of Iran by the IAEA Board of Governors, which strengthened the possibility of extending arms embargoes against Tehran.
The Associated Press reported, citing satellite imagery, that the blast took place at a military base in eastern Tehran, destroying part of the missile facility and causing heavy damage.
Analysts say underground tunnel systems and missile production sites are hidden in the mountainous region of Khujir.
Whatever the reason for the explosion in the sensitive region of Parchin, it strengthens US and Israeli positions to humiliate Europe and other countries in the world against Tehran.
But at the same time, Islamic Republic officials have suggested a cyber attack on Parchin. A number of Western and Israeli experts have suggested the possibility that a cyber-attack caused the explosion.
“Until we summarize the scale of the incident, we cannot comment on it,” said Sardar Gholamreza Jalali, head of the Passive Defense Organization, in response to comments about the explosion of Parchin gas facilities by hacking computer systems .
If this is an attack by Israel, that country has enough motivation. One month ago, the Islamic Republic of Iran launched a massive cyberattack on Israeli drinking water facilities, but failed. Now, if it was on Israel’s side, it could be a retaliatory attack, could be a sabotage planned by the regime itself to destroy uranium artifacts and covert activities: a kind of “premeditated self-mutilation”
…The Parchin explosion Whether it was a “gas reservoir” or a cyber-attack and “self-inflicted attack”, it was the best possible time for the Iranian government and the best possible time for Western countries to resolve their arms embargo and increase international sanctions, especially Be determined in the sectors of the economy that are related to financing for the advancement and development of missile industries and nuclear activities.