REPORT: Iran’s secret military nuclear program

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With President Donald Trump expected to “decertify” the Iran deal later this week, a new report reveals that Iran has been hiding a military nuclear program that has been developing the dangerous regime’s first nuclear bomb.

Despite having given Iran the compliance certification twice already since he has taken office, President Trump maintains that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), better known as the Iran deal, was “the worst deal ever made.”

By the October 15 deadline, he is expected to formally announce that Iran has not been in compliance with the pact, and the agreement engineered by former President Barack Obama in 2015 will end.

The matter will then be tossed back to Congress, which will have 60 days to decide whether to reimpose hefty pre-2015 sanctions.

The president’s probable move has generated wide condemnation from foreign policy leaders, who believe the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) claims that Iran is in compliance; however, a new 52-page investigative report by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), entitled “Iran’s Nuclear Core: Uninspected Military Sites,” obtained exclusively by Fox News and slated for release Wednesday, shows that the country’s nuclear weapons program is actually thriving.

“It has been known for years that Iran has two nuclear programs — one is civilian and the other, the military, has the goal of giving Iran its first nuclear bomb,” said Alireza Jafarzadeh, deputy director of the Washington office of the NCRI, an opposition coalition to the clerical administration of Iran. “The civilian sector of the nuclear program has systematically provided a plausible logistical cover for the military sector, and acts as a conduit for it. The military aspect of the program has been and remains at the heart of Iran’s nuclear activities.”

In April, the NCRI found out about a new military location being used by the Iranians.

“The more we investigated, the more we realized that the weaponization program is fully operational,” Jafarzadeh said. “The military sector has gone through changes in name, location and reorganizations over the years. However, it has never halted its work and key figures in the sector have remained unchanged.”

One of the key issues of the verification process, the report states, has been accessing Iran’s military sites. The regime’s highest officials have stated publicly over the past month that they will not allow IAEA inspections of their military sites.

“An important feature of the Iranian regime’s nuclear program is that several sites and centers where nuclear-related activities are conducted are situated in sprawling military complexes that also house scores of tunnels and silos. This not only makes IAEA access to these locations more difficult, but also makes it possible to relocate these centers and projects to other locations within the complex,” Jafarzadeh explained. “As such, if it becomes necessary to relocate a project or center, it can easily be moved to a different silo or tunnel within the parameters of the military site. This makes pinpointing the exact location of nuclear research and activities more challenging, and reduces the chance of exposure.”

According to the report, the Iranian Resistance has identified four major sites that “with high degrees of certainty” have been involved in various aspects of the allegedly ongoing nuclear weapons project.

“To conceal the true nature of its work, the Research Academy conducts its research and activities under the cover of conventional research. However, the Research Academy itself is completely independent and closed off,” the report states, noting that since the end of 2015, the IAEA is able to have “very limited access with all sorts of restrictions” to that area.

The report “confirms that a significant portion of the various aspects of Iran’s nuclear project have been conceived and developed,” despite the landmark 2015 agreement.

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