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Experts claim that Israel could send Iran back to Stone Age

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Electromagnet Pulse Bomb.  Image credit: Al Manar News

by Joseph Earnest  September 10, 2012  


Newscast Media TEL AVIVBritish newspaper Sunday Times described one of Israeli occupation forces' 'surprises' it would deploy in case of a military strike in Iran - electromagnetic pulses that would take the nation off grid.

According to the Sunday morning report, the Islamic Republic's power grid could be 'crippled' with electromagnetic pulses as part of a concerted attack to halt Iran's military nuclear program, which could "send Iran back to the Stone Age."

"As part of an assault on Iran's quickly developing nuclear program, Israelis could hobble the Islamic Republic's electric and electronic power sources which could 'send Iran back to the Stone Age,'" according to ynetnews.com.

American defense specialist Bill Gertz is quoted as saying that US intelligence agencies have reported "growing concerns that Israel will conduct a strike on Iran using a high-altitude nuclear burst aimed at disrupting all electronics in the country."

However, a pulse can also be produced by non-nuclear means more specifically by deploying military versions of microwave generators, the report claimed.

Uzi Rubin, who helped engineer Israel's anti-missile shield, is quoted in the newspaper as saying "the use of a nuclear device even for non-lethal use such as EMP is out of the question. There are methods to operate EMP from the ground."

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