Why? Because Iran is denying it? I'm sure very few credible international are allowed free access anywhere in Iran. I am, however, equally sure that Israel has very credible boots on the ground in Iran .... and very credible satellites overhead. The more vehement the Iranian denials, the more likely the reports of a major explosion at Fordo are true. And don't you find it remarkably coincidental that Iran takes a big hit and Iran's proxy, Hezbollah takes a big hit, too? That's just Israel warning them not to get cute with the weapons of mass destruction stockpiled in Syria. Assad knows better than to target Israel .... but Assad is no longer in control in Syria, and both Iran and Hezbollah -- and the assorted insurgent and terrorist groups in Syria -- need to know that Israel has red lines, and the capacity to reach very deeply into hostile territory. So yes, I do believe that Fordo happened, and I do believe that a major weapons depot was reduced to flinders in Lebanon and, no, it wasn't the result of old, unexploded Israeli ordnance.
Sarah B ,
U.S.A. / Israel
10. Not a Real Story
The "Israeli official" is unnamed, and the only news source for this tale is the WND. No sources, no evidence at all.