'Iran's Nuclear Archive': See Netanyahu's presentation in full
Jack GUEZ (AFP)
In an elaborate televised presentation on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stood in front of a bookcase laden with binders he said held copies of top-secret documents and CDs retrieved by Israel in a stunning intelligence operation proving the existence of an alleged secret Iranian nuclear weapons program.
Netanyahu said the stolen files offered “conclusive proof” of an Iranian nuclear weapons plan that could be activated at any time and said the 2015 nuclear deal signed by Tehran and world powers was "based on Iranian lies and Iranian deception."
Describing the operation to obtain the top-secret Iranian files as one of the “greatest achievements” of Israeli intelligence ever, Netanyahu said that the 55,000 pages and 55,000 files on 183 CDs retrieved by Israel contain "incriminating" documents, charts, blueprints, photographs, and videos that prove Iran had been pursuing a nuclear weapon.
See Netanyahu's full presentation here:
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