“Iranian scientists are working on nuclear warheads — and trying to perfect them – at an underground site unknown to the West, according to a high-ranking intelligence officer of the Islamic regime,” reports Reza Kahlili. A former Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps officer, Kahlili joined the CIA and became a double agent against the Iranian regime during the 1980s and ’90s.
On March 21st, I shared with you his report. While I cannot independently verify his allegations or the details that he presents in the report, or in his Washington Times oped, I do believe it is important to make readers aware of this information so that it all can be thoroughly analyzed and assessed.
Now, Kahlili has released a 2:34 minute video on YouTube that provides satellite images of the alleged Iranian nuclear weapons and ballistic missile facility.
According to the video:
- The nuclear site is located about fifteen miles northwest from the Fordow nuclear site near Qom, Iran.
- It is larger than Iran’s Fordow and Natanz nuclear facilities combined.
- It includes a facility where Iran is developing nuclear warheads.
- There are over 380 missile silos at the site.
- An airport has been built nearby.
- The site is linked to a large electrical power lines.
- The site is surrounded by barbed wire fences and security towers.
The video is worth watching, and sharing with others. If the information is accurate, this would suggest that Iran may be at — or may have crossed — the “red line” and is on the verge of completing operational nuclear warheads and the missiles to deliver them.