Iran remembers assassination of nuclear scientist Fakhrizadeh
On the 27th November 2020 Israeli regime’s agents assassinated prominent Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh. This heinous crime took place in the Abe-Sard region of Damavand County, about 40 kilometers northeast of Tehran.
The terrorists blasted a pickup - a Nissan sedan - laden with explosives on the way of the car carrying Fakhrizadeh and then started shooting at his car and security guards.
The assassination was part of Israeli regime’s objectives to halt advancements made in Iran’s peaceful nuclear program.
However, this anti-Iran project has failed dismally as the country continues to make progress with its peaceful nuclear program.
Martyr Fakhrizadeh was the only scientist whose name had been mentioned by the former Israeli regime’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in 2018. He said, “Remember the name, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.”
Following the assassination, the then Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted, “Terrorists murdered an eminent Iranian scientist today. This cowardice—with serious indications of Israeli role—shows desperate warmongering of perpetrators.”
“Iran calls on int'l community—and especially EU—to end their shameful double standards & condemn this act of state terror,” the former foreign minister asserted.
The former head of Israeli regime’s Mossad spy agency gave the most direct acknowledgement on the 10th of June that the Tel Aviv regime was behind the recent sabotage attacks on Iran's nuclear enrichment facility at Natanz and assassinating nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
Regarding sabotage in the Natanz facility, the interviewer asked Yossi Cohen where he'd take them if they could go there, and he said, "to the cellar," where "the centrifuges used to spin."
“It doesn’t look like it used to look,” he added.
Cohen was the person who presented Fakhrizadeh’s assassination plan to former U.S. president Donald Trump and former CIA chief Gina Haspel.
A report by the New York Times indicated that Trump personally gave green light to the operation.
Fakhrizadeh’s assassination was not Israel’s sole attempt to block or delay Iran’s peaceful nuclear program. In 2021, Israelis launched two cyberattacks on the Natanz enrichment facility, as well as a sabotage attack by a drone on the TESA centrifuge manufacturing site in Karaj.
Behrouz Kamalvandi, spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), who spoke on national TV on November 25, said Iran now possesses 30 kilograms of %20 enriched uranium.
The sabotage attempts have perturbed a majority of Israeli politicians who warn that the sabotage acts will only strengthen Iran. The division among the Israelis is growing bigger and bigger every day. Some politicians believe that by making such strikes on Iran, Israel will lose the United States, and its regional and European allies and should stop such acts.
Iran now possesses institutionalized nuclear knowledge that cannot be stopped by assassinations. Iran continued advancing its peaceful nuclear program, and it is now stronger than last year.