In a press conference at the National Press Club of Washington, DC on September 9, 2010, the Iranian Resistance revealed exclusive details on a major top-secret and strategic nuclear site in the town of Abyek, 120 kilometers west of the Iranian capital, Tehran.
Inside a mountain near Qazvin – According to the information provided in the conference, the precise location of this top-secret site is 20 kms from the city of Abyek, on the land between the villages of Behjatabad and Todaran.
New dimension of mullahs’ enrichment program – This site is far more important than the Fardow site near the holy city of Qom, which explains why the MoD has taken extraordinary concealment measure to avoid its detection.
Iranian regime reacts to the revelation of secret nuclear – Mehr state-run news agency, September 10 – The chair of the Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi,… emphasized that nuclear installations have a clear definition, and said there are many facilities for medical, industrial and agricultural purposes all over Iran which are not subject to this definition.
Amano claims there are secret nuclear installations in Iran!
Washington Post: An Iranian dissident group said on Thursday that it has identified a previously undisclosed nuclear facility under construction northwest of Tehran, claiming to have evidence that shows the Islamic nation is deceiving inspectors and moving forward in its pursuit of a bomb.
The New York Times: A dissident group that had previously revealed the existence of several hidden nuclear sites in Iran claimed Thursday that it had evidence that the country was building another secret uranium enrichment plant.