Coincidence? “Jewish lightning?” Ukrainian airliner crashes in Tehran

The mechanical failure appears to be either a bomb or missile attack...


VT has enough staffers who are Jews that we can use the term “Jewish lightning” if we want to

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Al Jazeera: A Ukrainian airliner with 180 passengers and crew on board has reportedly crashed near Tehran’s Imam Khomeini airport in Iran on Wednesday.

According to the Iranian media, the Boeing 737-800 jet crashed near Parand, a suburb southwest of capital Tehran shortly after take-off.

There were no immediate reports on casualties.

[ Editor’s Note: Just found this video of the plane coming down on fire, which was not reported in this story… Jim W. Dean ]

According to Flighradar24 flight tracker, the Ukraine International Airline Flight 752 was scheduled to take off at 5:15am Tehran time heading to Boryspil International Airport in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.

The actual departure time was delayed for almost an hour at 6:12am.

A video posted by Iran’s ISNA news agency showed a faint glow of light flickering shortly before a huge explosion was seen.

More details to follow.

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  1. Ok. Open the flightradar. January 8, 8:40 Moscow time. What are we observing? In the airspace of Iran are approximately 30 civilian aircraft. Over Iraq – 16. Including wide-body. Negligence? Spitting on the warzone? Was there an example in Ukraine for a long time?

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