Saturday, July 13, 2013

Iran Denies Underground Nuclear Facility Allegations

Iran has denied allegations by National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) that the Islamic Republic was secretly building a new underground nuclear facility in a mountainous area near the town of Damavand, east of Tehran.

“This news is in no way true and is denied,” said Iranian foreign ministry spokesman, Abbas Araqchi. (IRNA/Reuters, 13 July)


Anonymous said...

I had read this crap on the terrorist MKO website last week and it was expected that these eternal losers will make up some nonsense after Rohani's peaceful election. MKO and crazy Masoud and Maryam are obviously increasing their intake of opiates in frustration of old age after their buddy Saddam ended up in a spider hole hell and camp Ashraf a target practice zone for the Iraqi army.

Anonymous said...

As a matter of fact, the Camp Ashraf was the Iraqi officers brothel in exchange for favorable financial privileges.
One of the reasons Maryam Rajavi was finally dispatched to Paris in her younger days,(despite of the rest of her people being deported) was the unbelievable audacity of some as low as colonels that wanted to fornicate with Maryam Rajavi after her interaction with a couple of Saddam ministers. (the asylum reasons were accepted, on conditions of discretion

Anonymous said...

I dare say there is more truth to the anon 7:39 allegations than the MKO terrorist allegations.

I can not comprehend their (MKO) insistence or will for living on as they do, truly shameful.

Atari by fortune and Iranian by grace of God.
Dariush London