Iranian Resistance Group Exposes Nuclear Program The U.S. Didn't Know About

Discovers parallel Iranian nuclear enrichment program

While the Obama Administration is busily blasting Israeli Premier Netanyahu or anyone else who dares to question their nuclear capitulation to Iran, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an Iranian resistance organization, has obtained "highly critical and reliable intelligence" of the existence of an "active and secret parallel nuclear program" in Iran.

Revealed at a Washington D.C. press conference on Tuesday morning, the NCRI says Iran is continuing to work on uranium enrichment in an underground complex hidden for years from the U.N. nuclear inspectors. The group says the facility is right outside Tehran in a heavily-protected 62 acre facility.  As evidence, the group presented a picture of one of the plant's doors, which is a more than one-foot thick lead-lined door that shields the center from radiation. The NCRI reported:

Existence of the site, known as Lavizan-3, was unknown until now and had been kept secret for years by the Iranian regime.

The NCRI announced that the explosive revelation was result of several years of detailed work by the network of the Iranian opposition movement, the People’s Mojahedin Organization in Iran (PMOI/MEK).

The PMOI has obtained the intelligence from sources inside of Iranian regime, vetting info from scores of sources independently.

PMOI's sources established that since 2008 the Iranian regime has secretly engaged in research and uranium enrichment at this site.

The NCRI provided Satellite imagery of the site, its entrance, and overview of the site in the press conference.

The NCRI representatives ripped the Iranian regime’s claim regarding transparency in the nuclear talks and went on to say the Iranian regime is deceiving international community.

They pointed out that research and development with advanced centrifuges in highly secret sites are only intended to advance the nuclear weapons project.

NCRI also reports the site is insulated for sound and leaks so they would not be detected by the West. NCRI's website stated, "The NCRI stressed if US is serious about preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, it must make continuation of the talks predicated on the IAEA’s immediate inspection of the site before the regime gets a chance to destroy the evidence." The site continued: 

It underscored that if the US and its partners seek to block Tehran’s pathway to the bomb, any agreement should include complete implementation of all Security Council Resolutions, immediate halt to any enrichment and closure of related facilities, including Natanz, Fordo and Arak, signing the Additional Protocol and start of IAEA’s snap inspection.

The NCRI has exposed some of the most significant dimensions of the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons program, including the Natanz uranium enrichment and Arak heavy water sites in August 2002, Kalay-e Electric centrifuge assembly and testing facility in February 2003, the Lashkar-abad Laser enrichment and Lavizan-Shian sites in May 2003, the Fordo underground enrichment site in December 2005, and the Defensive Innovation and Research Organization, SPND, in July 2011.

It is not known when or if the State Department will respond to the NCRI report.

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