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.
Thousands demonstrate against Ahmadinejad in New York
Thousands of Iranian-Americans rallied in New York on September 23 to protest the presence of the Iranian regime’s President at the UN. Messages:
Mryam Rajavi: We must at the outset tell the mullahs that by sending Khamenei’s loathed puppet to the UN, you cannot put a lid on the demands of the Iranian people for the overthrow of the ruling theocracy.
Rudolph Giuliani, 107th Mayor of New York: It is time for the rest of our Congress to join 83 members who have supported House Resolution 1431 which calls for the lifting of the unjust, unfair and inaccurate terror designation. It should be lifted by the US Congress and President Obama should support it.
John Bolton, former US Ambassador to the United Nations: ... The evidence is overwhelming that during the Clinton administration the MEK [People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran] was put on the terrorist list because it was thought to be a way to open dialogue between the United States and Iran. That is an illegitimate basis to make a decision about any organization; …
Iranians in their largest gathering in Taverny, Suburb of Paris, called for democratic change in Iran.
Mayors of Val d'Oise Province welcoming and Mrs. Maryam Rajavi addressed the gathering.
Maryam Rajavi: Iranian people demand that the clerical regime must go. The new Security Council resolution and complementary sanctions by the US and EU are necessary, but insufficient. We insist that you do not hesitate in implementing these provisions.
As far as the Iranian people and Resistance are concerned, in addition to the Iraqi government, the United Nations would also be responsible for any attack and bloodshed in Ashraf.
Alejo Vidal-Quadras VP-EU: Democratic change by people of Iran and the resistance is the only solution. This change is represented by NCRI. This is the best and only way to victory.
Jose' Maria Aznar, former Prime Minister of Spain: The end of the regime is just around the corner. It's our duty to ensure that that corner gets closer and closer.
The true story of a young freedom-loving Iranian man
The story of "A Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs" is a graphic novel about the Iranian youth's fight for freedom. Published by "Société des écrivains" publishers and prefaced by Ingrid Betancourt, this new graphic book is the story of Ahmad, an intrepid young Iranian, driven by the ideals of freedom, shared happiness and equality.