Bennett confirms classified IAEA docs were stolen by Iran

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The prime minister shared a link to a Google Drive including the relevant IAEA files.

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett confirmed a recent Wall Street Journal report that Iran had stolen classified documents from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and used them to create cover stories to hide its nuclear weapons program on Tuesday.

“Iran stole classified documents from the UN’s Atomic Agency @IAEAorg and used that information to systematically evade nuclear probes. How do we know? Because we got our hands on Iran’s deception plan,” tweeted Bennett, attaching a link to a Google Drive including the relevant files.

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Bennett’s tweet included a satirical animated video portraying Iranian intelligence obtaining the documents and hiding evidence from the IAEA. “Iran lied to the world. Iran is again lying to the world. And the world must make sure that Iran doesn’t get away with it,” read a message at the end of the video.

The Wall Street Journal reported last week that Iranian nuclear documents seized by the Mossad in 2018 included secret records from the IAEA that Iran had accessed and used to create cover stories to hide parts of its nuclear program.

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