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"On October 31, 2004, the Iranian parliament voted unanimously in favor of continuing to reprocess uranium, despite entreaties from France, Germany and Britain, and the UN's watchdog agency to suspend the program. More worrisome was the chant that spontaneously went up in the parliament while the votes were being counted. It was 'Death to America.'"
Historically, I think that the original development of the first atomic bombs by the U.S. has been more or less the only time that nuclear weapon production has ever been a truly kept secret. You are suggesting that Iran has had atomic bombs for 30 years and I think that this claim is ludicrous in light of modern espionage and intelligence gathering - not just from the U.S., but from other nations and organizations, including the IAEA.
Of course, I'm no expert, and this is just my opinion.