Iran's President Ahmadinejad is convening an emergency meeting tomorrow with his cabinet and others from the Supreme National Security Council over WND’s revelation of the Islamic regime’s secret nuclear facility in Khondab near the city of Arak in central Iran, Reza Kahlili reported today.
When revelations broke on WND, the source told Kahlili that the Iranian Intelligence Ministry, which oversees the activity of all employees in the Iranian nuclear program, has begun questioning workers in Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization through its Herasat, an internal security force.
Kahlili recent news report that Iran successfully has built a nuclear bomb with the help of Russia and North Korea and has enough weapons-grade uranium and plutonium for more, the Iranian regime took notice.
A source told Kahlili, “The regime fully knows, the source said, that any revelation of its secret nuclear activity under current circumstances will destroy its claim of peaceful nuclear activity and will embolden Israel’s position internationally that the regime is lying about its activity and that it needs to be confronted immediately.”
Kahlili stated that the regime has twice been caught red-handed with its covert nuclear activity – in 2002 when its Natanz enrichment facility was exposed and in 2009 with the exposure of the Fordo underground nuclear facility near the city of Qom.
In November 2012, the Institute for Science and International Security analyzed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Iran Safeguards report and said:
“A troubling possibility is that Iran could deploy the IR-2m in a third, possibly secret, enrichment facility. Iran claims it does not have to inform the IAEA about a new nuclear facility until it is nearly complete, and Iran has been ambiguous about whether it is building one. However, the IAEA rejects Iran’s attempt to exempt itself from the requirement to report a new nuclear facility when construction is approved and views Iran as not in conformity with its comprehensive safeguards agreement. Iran was discovered secretly building the Fordow enrichment plant in early 2009; many increasingly worry that Iran is in the process of building another secret gas centrifuge plant. It is unlikely that it would be operational but a question is whether the IR-2m may be the centrifuge of choice for such a facility.”
Kahlili said, “Though Iran is under severe sanctions by the United Nations, United States and the European Union for its illicit nuclear program, it currently has enough enriched uranium for six nuclear bombs if further enriched and is working with North Korea on its intercontinental ballistic missiles.”
The source told Kahlili, “The regime believes that ultimately America will have no choice but to accept a nuclear-armed Iran.”
While Iran is a threat to Israel and other parts of the Middle East with its nuclear ambition, Kahlili reported last week that Iranian death squads were also in America.
In that report, Kahili said, “The source within the office of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the supreme leader of the Islamic regime, said the team is to create instability in America through terrorism should the U.S. fail to accept the regime’s illicit nuclear program, increase sanctions, confront Iran militarily or intervene in the Syrian civil war.”