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Fresh Revelations about US Using Malware for Sabotaging Iran’s Nuclear Program

Fereydoon Abbasi a veteran nuclear scientist of Iran, whom President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, presiding in 2010, appointed to the post of topmost official of Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, recently, disclosed fresh details about how sinister schemes were designed in the West whereby malware was targeted against the nuclear program intended for peaceful purposes in Iran. Abbasi was answering an interview by Khorasan the Iranian daily, stated iransview.com during the end-week March 2014.

While speaking to Khorasan, Abbasi put forth shocking assertions telling that USA along with more intelligence agencies installed PC bugs, viruses as well as explosives to insensitively destroy the Iranian nuclear equipment.

The senior scientist stated that USA wouldn't let any company dispatch the machineries to Iran. Instead it'd itself sell them at unlawfully inflated prices realizing that Iran would purchase them, while made sure the equipments would actually destruct Iran's nuclear activities.

Abbasi explained how the western agencies allowed access to their channels, otherwise under their control, so the machineries could be provided to Iran. That way the Stuxnet PC-worm was installed on the machineries Iran bought.

The malware slackened Iran's nuclear operations over many months.

Further, in an admission, Abbasi stated that once modifications were already done to Iran's program, although violating the regulations of International Atomic Energy Agency along with Non-Proliferation Treaty, the country revealed everything to IAEA, but kept the key warehouse of Arak reactor from access by it so sabotage could be averted.

Iran's capital Teheran has always been saying it aims to use its nuclear scheme solely to conduct civilian operations, but according to the West, the program maintains a warlike approach.

US authorities haven't ever remarked on any association with the peaceful operation. However, erstwhile weapons inspector David Albright, also leading nuclear specialist states that the kind of intentional destructions are naturally as well as necessarily happening. Foxnews.com reported this, April 17, 2014.

A government official from Israel citing Abbasi's revelations stated that those should make all nations and individuals alert who had the least suspicion regarding the deception of Iran's government as also its wish for deluding global associations. The Jerusalem Post published this, April 17, 2014.

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