Iran baut Führerbunker
Im Iran weiß man, dass eine Auseinandersetzung mit dem Westen gefährlich werden könnte. Deshalb macht man es sich im Führerbunker bequem.
Iran's leaders have built a secret underground emergency command centre in Teheran as they prepare for a confrontation with the West over their illicit nuclear programme, the Sunday Telegraph has been told.
The complex of rooms and offices beneath the Abbas Abad district in the north of the capital is designed to serve as a bolthole and headquarters for the country's rulers as military tensions mount.
The recently completed command centre is connected by tunnels to other government compounds near the Mossala prayer ground, one of the city's most important religious sites.