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Illicitly imported over 2,000 kg of uranium compounds in 1991 and 1993 and used the material in secret experiments
  1. Searching for "uranium" in the "Iran's Suspect Entities Database"
  2.  Then click the "WMD Programs" button to read the history of Iran's nuclear work authored by the Wisconsin Project
Enriched uranium with lasers and centrifuges in undeclared laboratories
  1. Clicking the “Iran’s Suspect Entities” button and looking up “Kalaye,” “Natanz” and “Lashkar Ab’ad”
  2. Then go to the “Status Report” from the home page for the latest information on Iran’s enrichment work    

The activities above violated Iran's inspection agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency

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Read about how Iran…   By visiting www.IranWatch.org and…
   
  1. Searching for "uranium" in the "Iran's Suspect Entities Database"
     
  2. Then click the "WMD Programs" button to read the history of Iran's nuclear work authored by the Wisconsin Project
Enriched uranium with lasers and centrifuges in undeclared laboratories  
  1. Clicking the "Iran's Suspect Entities" button and looking up "Kalaye," "Natanz" and "Lashkar Ab'ad"
     
  2. Then go to the "Status Report" from the home page for the latest information on Iran's enrichment work

The activities above violated Iran's inspection agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency

  • Click on the "Int'l Organization Documents" button and select "IAEA reports and documents" to browse Agency reports and resolutions on Iran
  • Then search for "safeguards obligations" in "All of Iran Watch Website"
Used imports to develop missiles such as the medium range Shahab-3  
  1. Clicking the "WMD Programs" button to read the Wisconsin Project's Iran missile history
     
  2. Then look up "Shahab" under the "Iran's Suppliers" button to see who helped
Illegally used in uranium enrichment experiments a mass spectrometer that had been imported for agricultural and medical research  
  1. Looking up "GBC Scientific Equipment" or "mass spectrometer" under "Iran's Suppliers"
     
  2. Then read what others say about this illegal use by searching for "mass spectrometer" in "All of Iran Watch Website"
Tried to buy controlled machines useful for shaping uranium and plutonium metal  
  1. Going to "Government Documents," clicking "France," and selecting "French Presentation to the Nuclear Suppliers Group"
     
  2. Then see how such machines are controlled for export by searching for "isostatic presses" in "Other Int'l Organization Documents"
Imported material and equipment for its nuclear, chemical and missile programs from China in the 1980s and 1990s  
  1. Going to "Our Publications," clicking "Articles and Op-Eds" and selecting "China's Dangerous Exports"
     
  2. Then click on the "Subscribe to Iran Watch" button and sign up to receive Wisconsin Project publications on Iran by e-mail

We invite you to browse our new website-www.IranWatch.org-to read more about the activities and entities described above.

Contact: iranwatch@wisconsinproject.org