Published: Tue, September 10, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Israeli leader claims to find new Iranian nuke site

Israeli leader claims to find new Iranian nuke site

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced his plan to annex the Jordan Valley and the Northern Dead Sea area if he wins his re-election campaign next week, and will coordinate with President Donald Trump and his administration.

Speaking to reporters Monday, Benjamin Netanyahu said the facility was discovered from records that Israel said it had seized from an Iranian nuclear warehouse early a year ago.

"Iran conducted experiments to develop nuclear weapons", Netanyahu said.

There was no immediate reaction from Iran. Here they conducted nuclear experiments for nuclear weapons.

The prime minister called on the worldwide community to enact "pressure, pressure and more pressure" on Iran.

"Today we reveal that yet another secret nuclear site was exposed in the archives that we brought from Tehran", Netanyahu said.

Iran has yet to explain those traces of uranium, and according to two diplomats who are connected with the agency's inspection work and who spoke exclusively with Reuters, Tehran has not responded to the IAEA's demand for answers.

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In a September 2018 speech at the United Nations, Netanyahu revealed that Iran had kept 15 kilograms of radioactive material at the warehouse, but moved the material to a different location in the area "to hide the evidence". "We will continue to expose your lies, what we see as a consistent pattern of Iranian lies, deception, and violations".

Netanyahu became Israeli's longest-serving prime minister in July.

These findings were released after the IAEA Acting Director-General Cornel Feruta returned from a trip to Iran on Sunday.

"I think that was a message very well understood", he said of his meetings with officials including Iran's foreign minister and its nuclear energy chief.

At the same time, the Vienna-based IAEA has not yet sounded the alarm because such questions are part of a painstaking process that can often take many months.

Netanyahu's latest statement comes just days ahead of Israel's September 17 polls in which he is facing a hard re-election campaign and opponents accused him of politicising intelligence with the presentation.

"The Iranian nuclear (issue) can not be used for campaign antics".

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