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NCRI: 'Iran Hid NWP & Later Resumed'

WSJ has published information which claims that the Iranian's broke-up facility (2003) into 11 fields of research; including the development of a nuclear trigger and shape weapons-grade uranium into a warhead... They resumed; and then later began elevated enrichment... read more
""They scattered the weaponization program to other locations and restarted in 2004," Mohammad Mohaddessin, NCRI's foreign affairs chief, told the Wall Street Journal.

"Their strategy was that if the IAEA found any one piece of this research program, it would be possible to justify it as civilian. But so long as it was all together, they wouldn't be able to."
Article: Wall Street Journal report (subscription) and here
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A dragged out issue, easily solved by respect for the integrity of the IAEA.
But I have never seen this Regime show the slightest cooperation amidst the Int'l Community’s concern for 'keeping this technology out of the wrong hands'. As they've refused access, broken Treaty, & refused signature/declaration of intent...
-No less than Full monitored access for the IAEA; is acceptable, today.


Iran Hid & Later Resumed Nuclear Weapon Program (2004)
The NCRI which exposed the country's nuclear-fuel program in 2002; now believes a newly released U.S. analysis is giving the wrong impression that Iran's nuclear program is not an urgent threat, the newspaper reported....

And although the NCRI agrees that Iran's SNSC (Supreme Nat'l Security Council) decided to shut down Lavisan-Shian (eastern Tehran) in 2003...
The group, claims that it has sources inside Iran, who say that the facility was broken into 11 fields of research, including projects to develop a nuclear trigger and shape weapons-grade uranium into a warhead. Read more
But after scattered weaponization program...
"By the time international inspectors were allowed to visit the Lavisan site, the buildings Iran claimed were devoted to nuclear research had been torn down and the ground bulldozed, the paper reported."
The NCRI said the equipment was moved to another military compound known as the Center for Readiness and Advanced Technology, to Malek-Ashtar University Isfahan and to a defense ministry hospital in Tehran. More

Dissident: Iran's Top Commanders Are Nuclear Weapons Scientists
Mohammad Mohaddessin, NCRI's foreign affairs chief, told of equipment was moved to another military compound known as the Center for Readiness and Advanced Technology, to Malek-Ashtar University Isfahan and to a defense ministry hospital in Tehran.

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