|Friends Of Humanity Newsletter|
As it was explained in our first issue, at FOH, we are trying to inform our readers about an ever growing threat called: â€œFundamentalism.â€
Fundamentalism in Middle East brings poverty and oppression for the people of that region and to the whole world brings â€œterrorism.â€
War will not solve this problem, as you may see, but freedom and democracy will. It will bring knowledge and information to people so they may move away from backward ideologies that nourish on blood of innocent.
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We have been informed by â€œIran Focusâ€ through an exclusive report that a secret construction work is going on right now in Iranâ€™s massive nuclear enrichment facility in Natanz, central Iran. The construction includes more than a dozen new buildings being built, Iran focus reports.
Iran Focus reports that it received the information from an Iranian engineer whose identity is being withheld as he lives in Iran. He provided Iran Focus with an account of 17 silos and bunkers being built in continuous shifts. The silos are all 24 meters high and have various-shaped entrances.
Thirty construction contractors are carrying out the project. Workers are working 24 hours a day in several shifts.
The source said that security at the site had been boosted to an unprecedented level following the recent visit by hard-line Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Mobile telephone contacts are banned for those working on the site. Workers are living in complete isolation from the outside world for the duration of the contract. They are only permitted to contact their families once in a while to let them know that they are well. Every worker has been asked to sign a pledge to remain on site until work has been completed.
The source claimed that the buildings were being constructed to house new components and sensitive technology required for carrying out uranium enrichment at the site.
Tehran has currently suspended uranium enrichment as negotiations with Europeâ€™s Britain, France, and Germany continue over what the West suspects is a nuclear weapons program.
The U.N. nuclear watchdog’s board of governors meets on Thursday to debate possible action over Iran’s nuclear programme, which has raised Western concern that Tehran may be seeking atomic weapons.
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