Thursday, April 18, 2013

5.2-magnitude Quake Jolts Northwestern Iran

An earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale has struck Iran’s northwestern province of East Azarbaijan on Thursday afternoon local time. The tremor’s epicenter was near the city of Tasooj and it was felt in the cities of Tabriz, Shabastar, Marand and Bonab. Within an hour of the quake, 9 aftershocks also rocked the region. (Fars News Agency, 18 April)

This is the third major earthquake that hat hit Iran in the past two weeks. On Tuesday, a 7.8-magnitude hit Iran’s Baluchistan and a week earlier a 6.1-magnitude tremor hit Bushehr province, both in southeastern Iran. 


Anonymous said...

HAARP anybody...? I recommend people to research it, there are things out there that are not spoken about publicly, stuff that the ruling elite don't want you to know about, but fortunately such things cannot be kept hidden forever so it's natural that some info always gets leaked ... learn and study what you can about HAARP, it will shock you.

Anonymous said...

B.M.A said...

indeed earthquakes have been happening in Iran and anywhere long before the US crazy, devil worshiping scientists developed the HAARP!.so do you expect the government to throw the Nation into hysteria? such easily?.

Anonymous said... --- HAARP investigation