Iran News Update exposes Tehran's Confidential Nuclear Program

Jun 07, 2013, 10:27 ET from

PARIS, June 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Confidential Internal document reveals major setbacks (INU), a newly launched website focused on news, analysis and commentary on events inside Iran and the Iranian Diaspora has exposed a report from inside the Iranian regime revealing  the major blows it faced while pursuing its nuclear program in the past decade.

According to an internal document from Iran's ruling Clerical Regime, Tehran assesses that during the past ten years it has faced three major blows to the advancement of its nuclear program.

The 37-page confidential document obtained by the Iranian Resistance network was prepared by the Regime's authorities to brief the new parliament (Majlis) members (in the 9th Majlis) that initiated its work in June 2012.

The main part of this report, titled "Assessing the Process of the Islamic Republic's Nuclear Activities and the Islamic Parliament's Involvement" details the country's nuclear activities throughout the last ten years.

In an insider assessment by the Regime's specialists, details the following three major blows to Tehran's nuclear program:

  1. Disclosure of the Natanz and Arak clandestine sites on 14 August 2002 by People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI)
  2. Disclosure of the Regime's relations with Abdul Qadeer Khan (A.Q. Khan) after Libya closed down its nuclear activities on 20 December 2003, exposing information on the network to the  International  Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
  3. Referring of the Regime's nuclear dossier to the UN Security Council

According to the document, these setbacks slowed down the development and further research of Iran's nuclear program.


The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) is responsible for exposure of undisclosed nuclear activities of the Iranian Regime in numerous press conferences throughout the past decade. The NCRI has also provided first-hand and exclusive news on the Iranian Regime's expansion of terrorism and fundamentalism. This includes the Iranian Regime's presence in Syria and the Clerical Regime's human rights abuses.

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