National Council of Resistance of Iran to Majalla: Iran’s Nuclear Program Must be Dismantled

In an Interview with Majalla, Deputy Director of the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s Washington Office Alireza Jafarzadeh says none of Tehran’s enrichment facilities should exist

According to top secret intelligence obtained by People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, the Iranian regime built a new center for to continue its work for weaponization of the Iranian regime’s nuclear program, even after the signing of the JCPOA. The new site has been built east of Tehran next to the largest complex manufacturing of ballistic missiles Industry as to provide a safe cover for its nuclear activities.

Alireza Jafarzadeh, deputy director of the Washington Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran revealed the existence of the new site in a press conference held last week in DC.

This revelation comes at a time when the arms embargo on Iran is being lifted. 

Mr. Jafarzadeh told Majalla that this revelation should not come as a surprise to anyone since the Iranian regime never stopped working secretly on its nuclear program. It will never stop he added, unless the entire program is dismantled. This site was built after the Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA) was reached in 2015 in Vienna between China, France, Russia, United Kingdom, United States Germany together with the European Union and the Iranian regime.
The construction project of the new site that has been revealed by the National resistance council of Iran in Sorkheh-Hessar is located east of Tehran. The construction of the secret site started in 2012 and it took several years to be achieved. In 2017 it was operational.  This proves, says Mr. Jafarzadeh, that the Iranian regime was in violation of the JCPOA since day one. 

The IRGC and the Defense Ministry have engaged in the secret and illicit purchase of military-grade sensitive seismometers from the Russian Federation for their nuclear tests. 

The revelation of the nuclear sites in Sorkheh-Hessar, is a clear indication that the Iranian regime cannot be trusted and its policy of developing nuclear weapons and supporting international terrorism remains in place and intact, Jafarzadeh told Majalla.

in August of 2002 the National Council of Resistance of Iran revealed to the world the existence of major nuclear sites in Natanz and Arak. It is clear today that the appeasement policy of the Western countries towards the Iranian regime has allowed it to accelerate its ambition to acquire nuclear weapons, even while negotiating with Europe.

The nuclear agreement (JCPOA) in 2015 overlooked some of the most undeniable aspects of the possible military dimensions of the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons program. No wonder that the regime took no step toward destroying its infrastructure in this regard.

“Our revelations in August 2002 of the sites in Natanz and Arak, triggered, for the first time, the inspections of the Iranian nuclear sites by the IAEA said Mr. Jafarzadeh. Iran has been lying to the IAEA all along”. About a decade ago, the regime destroyed another site in Abadeh, before they allowed the IAEA to inspect it. “This shows that cheating, and then destroying evidence when caught remains to be the policy of the Mullah’s regime after three decades” added Mr. jafarzadeh.

The Iranian regime has a number of secret sites. Every single site that the IAEA is inspecting in Iran was once a secret site, therefore, what everyone knows today about the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons program is only the tip of the iceberg. 

Jafarzadeh believes that more needs to be done to stop the Iranian regime from building a nuclear bomb. The entire nuclear program of the Iranian regime needs to be dismantled, no enrichment should be allowed, and none of the enrichment facilities should exist. In order to ensure that the program is dismantled, there has to be anywhere anytime access by international agencies to all Iranian regime sites, particularly the military sites. 
Even after doing all that, at the end of the day, the only real solution for a non-nuclear Iran, would be the overthrow of the Iranian regime by the people of Iran, says Mr. Jafarzadeh.