US drops LARGEST Non-Nuclear Bomb in Combat for FIRST time in Afghanistan

Public Opinions International
13th  April 2017   | 20 minutes ago

THE United States has dropped a Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb – the largest non-nuclear weapon in its arsenal – on an ISIS tunnel target in Afghanistan.

The bomb – twice the size of the nuke dropped on Hiroshima – was dropped on Afghanistan's Nangarhar province, the Pentagon has confirmed.

The blast radius is believed to be over 300 meters and the weapon is described as "the father of all bombs".

It is the very first time the weapon has been used in combat and a huge statement that Trump plans to deliver on his promise to "wipe ISIS off the face of the Earth".

It comes as war fears reach fever pitch – with Kim Jong-un's North Korea on the brink of sparking global conflict.

The bomb weighs approximately 21,000lbs. 

It is a major indication that the President will live up to his vow of obliterating ISIS.

The world is in fear that USA President Donald Trump may use deadly nuclear weapon in Syria or North Korea.

There is a reason people fear nuclear war – the USA Nuclear weapons are now so powerful that they could wipe out humanity and cause total destruction of a continent. The bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima are tiny by comparison to the destructive power of modern nuclear weapons  which are now in USA Arsenals stationed around the world which are thought to be over 3000 times more powerful than the bombs used in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


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