NUCLEAR MATERIAL GOES MISSING FROM EGYPTIAN NUKE POWER PLANT

And if your day didn’t suck already……

Oh, but don’t worry: 

“The Egyptian government has deployed special teams to track down the stolen materials, according to the Al-Ahram report.”

Gee, how does that little bit of reassurance grab you? KGS

NOTE: Who in their right minds would grant any Islamic state the ability to have nuclear technology? Answer: The UN’s IAEA, that’s who.

Radioactive material stolen from nuclear power plant in Egypt

Bikya Masr Staff | 19 January 2012

CAIRO: Radioactive material has been stolen from a nuclear power station on Egypt’s Northern coast, according to a report from Egypt’s state-run Al-Ahram newspaper.

A safe containing radioactive material was stolen from the Dabaa nuclear power plant, and another was broken into, with part of its contents stolen.

The Egyptian government has deployed special teams to track down the stolen materials, according to the Al-Ahram report.

The Dabaa plant was the site of mass protests last week, as about 500 Egyptians set out to demand the relocation of the controversial nuclear plant, which is still under construction.

Military police worked to disperse the protesters, as they exchanged gunfire and hurled stones at one another, devolving quickly into violence.

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One Reply to “NUCLEAR MATERIAL GOES MISSING FROM EGYPTIAN NUKE POWER PLANT”

  1. The idea of allowing the Egyptians to build a nuclear power plant arose during the 1980s and I believe one was built then, the idea was to prevent the Soviets buying their loyalty with a free Russian nuclear plant. Thanks to the left the west waits until it is too late to stop the barbarian states and we then have to use SOBs as allies to stop them, we then end up fighting the SOBs that were our allies in the last war.

    Having said that, “Oh Shit” when is the dirty bomb going to be detonated and which country will it be used in?

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