Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the United Nations General Assembly that Iran has hidden a second atomic site in Tehran and vowed that Israel would find whatever Iran hides.
Just a few months after Netanyahu revealed that Israel had discovered a secret Iranian atomic archive, he revealed a second facility.
"In May, we exposed the site of Iran's secret atomic archive. It's right here—in the Shorabad district of Teheran. Today, I am revealing the site of a second facility; Iran's secret atomic warehouse. It's right here, in the Turouzabad district of Teheran, just three miles away," he said.
Addressing the U.N. General Assembly with his classic visual aids, Netanyahu said Iran didn't destroy the sites because its goal is a nuclear weapon.
"In fact, it planned to use both of these sites in a few years when the time would be right to break out to the atom bomb," he said. "But ladies and gentlemen, rest assured, that won't happen. It won't happen because what Iran hides, Israel will find."
Iran, meanwhile, denied the allegations and said there was nothing to what the Iranian Foreign Minister called Netanyahu's "arts and crafts show."
But Netanyahu said Iran's aggression is clear.
"In Syria, Iran is trying to establish permanent military bases against us and has already launched missiles and drones into our territory. In Gaza, Iran is arming terror groups to launch rocket attacks into our cities and terror attacks against our civilians," he said.
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