Outgoing President Hassan Rouhani Admits the Zionists Ate His Homework

Remember how back in 2018, Israeli Mossad agents staged a nighttime mission to steal documents about Iran’s secret nuclear program from an Iranian warehouse, followed by then Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu presenting them to the world? At the time, the Iranians not only denied the report about the compromised nuclear secrets, but also ridiculed PM Netanyahu.

Well, that was then and this is now. President Hassan Rouhani is on the outskies, and has admitted the documents were real and spectacular.

President Hassan Rouhani’s final speech as the Islamic Republic’s chief executive on Sunday, August 1, drew negative comments on both social media and traditional media outlets. But what was particularly notable in his speech was a comment about the reason for former US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran as a significant revelation that was long overdue due to the Iranian politician’s secretive nature.

Rouhani for the first time in two years admitted that Israeli agents stole Iran’s nuclear secrets and handed them over to Trump. Subsequently, he said, Trump pulled out of the deal also called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Although according to another report, he allegedly acknowledged we broke into the warehouse and retrieved documents, but did not admit the documents were actually authentic.

On one of his final days in office, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Monday acknowledged an Israeli operation carried out by Mossad agents who broke into a secret Tehran warehouse and retrieved a huge trove of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear files.

“The secrets that the Zionists came and took from inside [the country], published and showed to [former US president Donald] Trump [led him] to abandon the [nuclear] agreement,” Rouhani told government officials at a meeting covered by the official state Fars news agency.

He went on to stress that he wasn’t commenting on whether the documents stolen in 2018 had been authentic.

In other words, if we were to believe Rouhani – at least based on this second report – the Iranians may have created fake documents and hid them in a warehouse, presumably just for shits’n’giggles?

Notice how I wrote “if we were to believe Rouhani.” Yeah, don’t – except when he admits to lying.

Iran’s outgoing president on Sunday acknowledged his nation at times “did not tell part of the truth” to its people during his eight-year tenure, as he prepares to leave office with his signature nuclear deal with world powers in tatters and tensions high with the West.

Another thing that is real: his antisemitism.

He added that Iran had also been losing the public relations war, lamenting “our media could not defeat the conspiracy of the Zionist media.”


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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