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@Muki I think you already have a name for the Netflix version of the documentary. Mzakkaro? :cigar:
 
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  • proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    These idiots simply refuse to learn that everything they will try to do Israel can and will do much better.

    "Iran Stages New Attack on Israel’s Water Infrastructure"
    "“These were small specific drainage facilities in the agricultural sector, that were immediately and independently repaired by the local authorities. It did not cause any damage to the service, and had no real effect,” the Water Authority said in a press release."
     
    Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    Oh, not again.

    "WATCH: 7 Iranian Ships Catch Fire, Burn"
    Can the below also be described as part of "oh not again"?

    "Helicopters had dumped 1,200 buckets of water on the ship, allowing crews to move further on board to fight the blaze. Tugboats were assisting from the waterline.

    The 840-foot (255-meter) ship was undergoing maintenance when the fire was first reported Sunday morning in a lower cargo area where seafaring tanks are parked. It appears to have started where cardboard boxes, rags and other maintenance supplies were being stored, Sobeck said.

    It spread rapidly from the front to the rear of the ship and quickly ballooned into one of the worst Navy shipyard fires in years. It could cost the military an estimated $4 billion to replace the ship. At least 61 people, including 38 sailors and 23 civilians, have been treated for heat exhaustion, smoke inhalation and minor injuries. None were in the hospital Tuesday.

    Maritime lawyer Rod Sullivan, who served in the Navy, said two separate fires on a ship is highly unusual and could raise questions as to whether arson was involved.

    “It is very, very difficult for fire to traverse the entire length of ship,” and then to not cause damage in every compartment, said Sullivan, who has handled fire cases involving everything from large passenger ships to yachts. “Arson has to be considered as a possibility here.”"

     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Can the below also be described as part of "oh not again"?

    "Helicopters had dumped 1,200 buckets of water on the ship, allowing crews to move further on board to fight the blaze. Tugboats were assisting from the waterline.

    The 840-foot (255-meter) ship was undergoing maintenance when the fire was first reported Sunday morning in a lower cargo area where seafaring tanks are parked. It appears to have started where cardboard boxes, rags and other maintenance supplies were being stored, Sobeck said.

    It spread rapidly from the front to the rear of the ship and quickly ballooned into one of the worst Navy shipyard fires in years. It could cost the military an estimated $4 billion to replace the ship. At least 61 people, including 38 sailors and 23 civilians, have been treated for heat exhaustion, smoke inhalation and minor injuries. None were in the hospital Tuesday.

    Maritime lawyer Rod Sullivan, who served in the Navy, said two separate fires on a ship is highly unusual and could raise questions as to whether arson was involved.

    “It is very, very difficult for fire to traverse the entire length of ship,” and then to not cause damage in every compartment, said Sullivan, who has handled fire cases involving everything from large passenger ships to yachts. “Arson has to be considered as a possibility here.”"

    "Can the below also be described as part of "oh not again"?" - I am afraid you'll have to elaborate.
     
    Rafidi

    Rafidi

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    "Can the below also be described as part of "oh not again"?" - I am afraid you'll have to elaborate.
    It seems you like conspiracies. A fire broke out in Iran, and it is big news, to the extend that another supposed explosion was falsified to have taken place. Another took place on a US warship and it took 3 days to put the fire out. That seems just like a normal accident. So why do you want to give accidents a mysterious explanation?
     
    Muki

    Muki

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    Can the below also be described as part of "oh not again"?

    "Helicopters had dumped 1,200 buckets of water on the ship, allowing crews to move further on board to fight the blaze. Tugboats were assisting from the waterline.

    The 840-foot (255-meter) ship was undergoing maintenance when the fire was first reported Sunday morning in a lower cargo area where seafaring tanks are parked. It appears to have started where cardboard boxes, rags and other maintenance supplies were being stored, Sobeck said.

    It spread rapidly from the front to the rear of the ship and quickly ballooned into one of the worst Navy shipyard fires in years. It could cost the military an estimated $4 billion to replace the ship. At least 61 people, including 38 sailors and 23 civilians, have been treated for heat exhaustion, smoke inhalation and minor injuries. None were in the hospital Tuesday.

    Maritime lawyer Rod Sullivan, who served in the Navy, said two separate fires on a ship is highly unusual and could raise questions as to whether arson was involved.

    “It is very, very difficult for fire to traverse the entire length of ship,” and then to not cause damage in every compartment, said Sullivan, who has handled fire cases involving everything from large passenger ships to yachts. “Arson has to be considered as a possibility here.”"

    Technically, it's "oh no" as it is not a regular occurrence.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    It seems you like conspiracies. A fire broke out in Iran, and it is big news, to the extend that another supposed explosion was falsified to have taken place. Another took place on a US warship and it took 3 days to put the fire out. That seems just like a normal accident. So why do you want to give accidents a mysterious explanation?
    I did not mention any conspiracy theories, you did - in fact you've projected your own thoughts on me.
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Oh, no! Not again!

    "Explosion at Iranian power station joins growing list of mysterious blasts"

    Hey, @Rafidi, do not bother with inventing "my" conspiracy theories - let's just assume that Iranians cannot do anything right and move on.

    @Muki
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    "Iran launches underground ballistic missiles against mock US carrier"
    "WATCH: Iran’s multipronged attack on fake US aircraft carrier"

    And now, ladies and gentlemen, pièce de résistance - "Board do not kick back":
     
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