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Ahmadinejad: The PMOI blew the whistle on our nuclear program

NCRI – Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the clerical regime’s president said the current nuclear crisis began when the main Iranian opposition group, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) blew the whistle by revealing the secret nuclear sites in 2002.

Quoting Ahamadinejad’s remarks today, the official news agency IRNA said, “The nuclear issue in its new form began in the beginning of the summer of 2002, when the Monafeqin [the term used by the Iranian regime to describe the PMOI/MEK], published a report on Natanz and Arak nuclear sites. The International Atomic Energy Agency got involved… and resolutions were adopted one after the other.”

NCRI – Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the clerical regime’s president said the current nuclear crisis began when the main Iranian opposition group, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) blew the whistle by revealing the secret nuclear sites in 2002.
Quoting Ahamadinejad’s remarks today, the official news agency IRNA said, “The nuclear issue in its new form began in the beginning of the summer of 2002, when the Monafeqin [the term used by the Iranian regime to describe the PMOI/MEK], published a report on Natanz and Arak nuclear sites. The International Atomic Energy Agency got involved… and resolutions were adopted one after the other.”

According to IRNA, Ahamadinejad also admitted that international scrutiny on the regime’s two-decade-long secret nuclear weapons project were consequences of those revelations.

Ahmadinejad’s comments came only four days after a major revelation made by the Iranian Resistance in a press conference in Brussels.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) disclosed that the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons program has entered from "Readiness" to "Deployment" phase by establishing a center for command and control to obtain nuclear bomb.

Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the NCRI revealed that a new center known as "Field for Expansion and Deployment of Advanced Technologies" has been setup since April 2007 in Lavizan-2 site to replace the old center which was established in 2004.

The NCRI said the Iranian regime was also actively pursuing production of nuclear warheads at a site named Khojir, southeast of Tehran.

Photo by Reuters: Mohammad Mohaddessin, chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), shows a map at a news conference in Brussels, February 20, 2008, of what NCRI says is a clandestine nuclear site in Iran.