Here we go again... 

Here we go again...

Didn't we see this kind of hype leading up to the Iraq invasion? Proof first! Provide the proof, THEN discuss it. Don't pretend there is smoke before anyone even thinks of lighting a fire.

In other words, ladies and gentlemen, this is pure crap. Lies manufactured by the establishment in Britain and the USA, released through opposition ex-patriot groups who have the backing of those governments, with the intention of giving people the incorrect idea that Iran is being naughty. Wake up. Remember all the lies the USA told about Iraq? And they never provided proof? Well, this is the same thing again.


Claims over secret Iranian atomic site

From correspondents in Vienna
October 15, 2003

IRAN is secretly building a nuclear site in the west of the country to test centrifuges that could be used to make highly enriched uranium for military purposes, a leading Iranian opposition group said.

The site, 15 kilometres from the city of Isfahan, is used to test 120 and 180 centrifugues that can be used to produce highly enriched uranium, which is neccessary for making nuclear weapons, said a spokesman for the National Council of Resistance of Iran.

The group had in August 2002 announced the existence of a secret nuclear plant in the central city of Nantaz, where the UN's nuclear agency subsequently discovered traces of enriched uranium during inspections last year.

Iran, which says its nuclear programme is for civilian and not nuclear purposes, said the traces came from accidental contamination from nuclear material imported from abroad.

The NCR spokesman for Austria, Firouz Mahvi, said that the 150,000-hectare (370,000-acre) Isfahan site is known under the name of a "fuel research and production centre" and also has other installations operating for Iran's nuclear programme.

Tehran "is continuing its uranium enrichment programme despite demands by the IAEA (the UN's nuclear agency) to the contrary," he said.

The comments by the NCR, which is the political wing of the Paris-based People's Mujahadeen resistance group, come a day before the head of the IAEA, Mohamed ElBaradei, leaves for Iran following an invitation from the Islamic republic.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has given Tehran an October 31 deadline to dispel suspicions it is pursuing a nuclear weapons programme.

Agence France-Presse,4057,7566181%255E401,00.html


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