New website reveals details of Iran Nuclear Program

The website revealed on Friday three major setbacks to the Iran nuclear program within the past 10 years.

The site was launched to focus on news, analysis and commentary of events occurring inside Iran. The nuclear program article revealed a 37-page confidential document, obtained by the Iranian Resistance network, in which Iran's ruling Clerical Regime assessed the major setbacks to its nuclear program over the last decade.

The document was said to be created for new parliament members in the 9th Majilis, which initiated its work in June 2012, to update them on the program's progress.

The main section of the report, titled "Assessing the Process of the Islamic Republic's Nuclear Activities and the Islamic Parliament's Involvement," exposed details of Iran's nuclear program since 2003.

The assessment from the Regime's specialists said the three major setbacks to the nuclear program are the disclosure of the Natanz and Arak clandestine sites by People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran on August 14, 2002; the disclosure of the Regime's relations with Abdul Qadeer Khan, which exposed information to the International Atomic Energy Agency after Libya ended its nuclear activities on December 20, 2003 and the Regime's nuclear dossier to the U.N. Security Council.

These setbacks were said to have slowed the development of the nuclear program.