Mossad led IAEA to radioactive material at Iran site, proving it broke deal
by Yonah Jeremy Bob
July 11, 2019
The IAEA has found signs of radioactive material which would violate the 2015 nuclear deal at an Iranian nuclear site identified to the agency by Israeli intelligence, Channel 13 reported late Thursday. According to Channel 13, top Israeli sources revealed to it that the IAEA is sitting on the information and has avoided making it public to date. In April, Reuters reported that the IAEA had finally visited the secret Iranian nuclear site at Turquzabad revealed in a September 2018 UN speech by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Since then, all parties to the US-Iran nuclear standoff have been waiting for the IAEA’s June announcement of its findings from that visit. READ MORE
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