Mohsin Fakhrizade, an Iranian nuclear scientist who had mastered the secret nuclear weapons program, was killed near Tehran in Iran on Friday. Iran has now alleged that there are serious indications of Israel’s role in the assassination of the country’s top nuclear scientist. Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif tweeted on Friday, terrorists killed an eminent Iranian scientist. This shows serious signs of cowardice-Israeli role, as well as the desperation of criminals. According to the media, the scientist’s car was taken to the hospital after being shot by armed militants, where he died.
However, Israel has refused to comment on the allegation. Significantly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu once told the public to remember that name while talking about Fakhrizadeh. Israeli intelligence agency Mossad had been looking for scientist Mohsin Fakhrizadeh for a long time. At the same time, the recent meetings of Netanyahu’s Saudi Crown Prince, UAE and Bahrain’s politicians are also linked to this.
Iran said there are “serious indications of Israeli responsibility” in the assassination of an Iranian scientist and it reserves the right to defend itself, the country wrote in a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the UN Security Council on Friday: Reuters https : //t.co/E25s2Qpba1
– ANI (@ANI) November 28, 2020
Trump retweeted Iranian journalist’s tweet
On the other hand, US President Donald Trump has retweeted the tweet of Yosi Melman, an Iranian journalist, after Fakhrizadeh’s assassination. The journalist described Fakhrizadeh Mossad as wanted and referred to Israel’s role in the assassination as a major psychological and professional blow to Iran.
Fakhrizadeh was called ‘The Father of Iranian Bomb’
The incident was carried out near Tehran. Mohsin Fakhrizadeh, the leading Iranian nuclear scientist who had an important place in the country’s nuclear energy program, was called ‘The Father of the Iranian Bomb’. The terrorists, ambushed outside the capital, targeted another car before firing on a car carrying Fakhrizadeh and his bodyguards. Fakhrizadeh was a professor of physics at Imam Hussein University, he was a senior scientist in the Iranian Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics.