Mossad raid in Iran nets thousands of documents on nuclear program

Sometime last January, several agents belonging to Israel's intelligence service, Mossad, approached a nondescript warehouse in Tehran.  After disabling a few alarms and bypassing other security measures, the agents entered the building.  The agents had hit the jackpot.  Over six and a half hours, the agents removed tens of thousands of documents relating to Iran's nuclear program.  The documents included warhead designs and information on how other countries had assisted Iran in its nuclear program. The upshot is that the documents – as Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a speech last April when he made the raid public – prove that Iran has been lying about its nuclear program. Washington Post: A large team of Israeli experts has continued to mine the document trove for new revelations while simultaneously sharing the material with U.S. and European intelligence agencies as well as with the...(Read Full Post)

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