A New Chernobyl, This Time in Israel

03/08/2013 15:57


(Whatsupic) -- One high ranking security official who requested anonymity told our reporter that due to a technical defect, serious damages have recently been occurred in the building No. 4 of Dimona nuclear complex, in which the recycling of radioactive materials is performed. This accident caused the radioactive materials to leak within 30 km around the nuclear plant. He later continued that because of the accident, the symptoms of radioactive materials have been seen up to now on the body of 38 employees of the nuclear complex.

A special team of French, American and German experts have also entered into Israel to examine the depth of the event so as to present some solutions for reconstruction of the building, but their actions have so far been ineffective.
News from Soroka medical center in Beersheba informs us about 13 deformed babies who were born there in the past 3 months.
It should be noted that Dimona is the first Israeli nuclear plant which has been established in Negev in 1950 and Many native specialists, as well as foreign ones, have so far warned Israeli officials about the end of useful life of this nuclear plant and the dangers may be caused due to exhaustion of this nuclear plant.


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