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Mojahedin claim that Iranian leaders have ordered government to continue enriching uranium. They want to show that they know a lot from inside Iran!
Author: Mojahedin-e khalq organization claimed yesterday that Iranian leaders have ordered the continuation of secret nuclear activities which started two years ago. According to Washington Times, citing the information given by this terrorist group, declared that the MKO had earlier revealed a uranium enrichment site in central Iran. Washington Times added that Mohammed Al-Mohaddessin, the head or MKO's Foreign Affairs Committee, has said in a press conference in Paris that Iran is playing a dual game with Europe. This member of Mojahedin terrorist organization has also said that Iran has ordered the government to continue enriching uranium and, in order to achieve a nuclear bomb, to accelerate it by the time left. "Iranian leaders have ordered negotiators and diplomats to extend their talks for more 8 to 12 months- which is exactly the time they require for producing a nuclear bomb," Mohaddessin said. He claimed that while negotiating with Europeans, Iran tries to finish the construction of a big site in which huge amounts of uranium will be enriched. "This site which is located in Isfahan will turn Yellow Cake to Uranium Hexafluoride Gas- a gas which is needed for enriching uranium." At the end, in a statement which seemed to be a soothsaying, he said: "an examining center for centrifuges has been carefully built near this site." This comment comes when Isfahan site has been repeatedly inspected by IAEA's inspectors in recent months. It's notable that Isfahan UCF center, which produces Uranium Hexafluoride, had informed IAEA's inspectors and even public media of its activities long time ago.

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