Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Iran has a secret

Iran is hiding a secret military nuke development site from the U.N. Now there is a surprise. The U.N. dupped? Who woulda thunk?

VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran's government is conducting nuclear activities linked to a covert atomic weapons program at a military site unknown to U.N. inspectors, says an exiled opposition group that has given accurate information before.

"We know of a military site where Iran has been carrying out nuclear work," Shahin Gobadi, a spokesman for the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), told Reuters.

Diplomats in Vienna who follow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the United Nations (news - web sites)' nuclear watchdog, say the NCRI has been the best source of information on Tehran's previously undeclared nuclear program.

3 comments:

Scott Spiegelberg said...

Just remember, Chalabi and his group of Iraqi exiles made claims about WMD that turned out to be false. I think a healthy dose of skepticism is due in this instance.

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