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Somebody’s Killing Iranian Scientists: Could It Be Israel?

January 13
00:43 2012
A fourth Iranian nuclear scientist was assassinated, but who’s doing the killing? No terrorist network has claimed the deadly attack, but the culprit is looking more and more like the Israeli spy agency, the Mossad. Of course Iran is blaming the West and Israel for this assassination, and they have good reason to.From Tehran Times: reported that the website of Israel’s Foreign Ministry quoted Israeli Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz as saying that Iran could be prevented from becoming a regional power through assassinating its scientists.
However, the article was later removed from the ministry’s website.


Some political analysts have said that the modus operandi of the attack shows that the explosion was the handiwork of terrorists affiliated with the Mossad.

U.S. journalist Richard Silverstein writes of the attack:

My own confidential Israeli source confirms today’s murder was the work of the Mossad and MEK, as have been a number of previous operations I’ve reported here.

The killing took place at or near a Teheran university.  The method recalls another series of assassinations that occurred of Fereidoun Abbassi Davani (who was seriously wounded) and his colleague Majid Shahriari (who was killed).  Today’s killing occurred two years to the day after the assassination of another scientist, Masoud Ali Mohammadi.

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