From the stolen classified Iranian nuclear documents,

Netanyahu Reveals Another Unknown Iranian Nuclear Site in Abadeh

Prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, has revealed what he calls a newly discovered Iranian nuclear weapons development site at Abadeh in Fars province in the south of Iran.

Talking for the first time about this site on Monday, September 9, Netanyahu said that the information was found in the classified documents that Mossad agents transferred out of Iran last year.

 “In this site, Iran conducted experiments to develop nuclear weapons,” Netanyahu said.

He also showed some satellite photos from June and July, before and after Iran realized that the site has been discovered and tried to cover up.

Netanyahu then addressed the Islamic Republic leaders directly: “I have a message to the tyrants of Tehran. Israel knows what you are doing, Israel knows when you are doing it, Israel knows where you are doing it.”

“We will continue to expose your lies,” said the prime minister.

He then addressed the international community, "What we see is a consistent pattern of Iranian lies, deception and violations," calling on them to “wake up and realize that Iran is systematically lying.”

Netanyahu urged the international community to “join President Trump’s sanctions to exert more pressure on Iran.”

He concluded: “The only way to stop Iran’s march to the bomb, and its aggression in the region, is pressure, pressure and more pressure.”

The IAEA yesterday confirmed Netanyahu’s last year report on another secret nuclear site in Iran.



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