3 passports and compared to “Soleimani” … when he removed the veil on Iran’s secret and was killed. “

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His car was targeted by attackers and his life story ended .. Intelligence services learn more!

The figure of the scientist Mohsen Fakhri Zadeh, who was assassinated on Friday, was kept in the strictest confidence. This is despite its influential role in Iran’s nuclear program; His media appearance was non-existent, and the Iranian state media has rarely recognized him except as a mere “university professor.”

Despite the efforts made by the Iranian government to keep the name “Zada” anonymous, the intelligence services of some countries revealed it and classified it as one of the pillars of the pyramid of Iran’s secret nuclear program.

A report by the American “Washington Post” newspaper indicated that Tehran in recent years has eased the restrictions it imposed on Zadeh. Where he appeared in official events with the Iranian leader, Ali Khamenei; Which may have accelerated his downfall and his assassination in the end.

Karim Sadjadpour, a researcher at the Carnegie Endowment, considered that Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was the person who knew the most information about Iran’s nuclear program, noting that his assassination represented a blow to Iran due to his scientific standing and important position.

For his part, an expert on Middle East affairs at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Simon Henderson, compared the importance of the assassination of Zadeh and the commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, in Baghdad at the beginning of this year, saying: “The two were of the same status and importance in Iran despite playing different roles.” .

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Experts believe that Zadeh, who died at the age of 60, presided over what the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency and US intelligence agencies believe is a coordinated nuclear weapons program that was halted in 2003.

According to the “Washington Post”: “Zadeh” supervised the Physics Research Center associated with the Iranian army, and participated in drawing up plans and acquiring parts of the first Iranian plant to enrich uranium.

The International Atomic Energy Agency investigators did not conduct any investigation with “Zadeh” after the suspension of Iran’s nuclear program, but his name was among eight Iranians who were subjected to international travel and financial restrictions under a United Nations resolution adopted in 2007 in connection with “nuclear and ballistic missiles” research.

After the Iranian program was stopped, Zadeh continued to supervise organizations related to Iran’s nuclear activities, which continued to employ many scientists. A report issued in June 2020 by the US State Department stated that former employees of the nuclear weapons program continued to work on projects with technical activities related to armaments under Zadeh’s leadership under the so-called “AMAD” plan.

According to “Sky News Arabia”: A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency in 2011 described Zadeh as “the executive director” of the “AMAD” plan, which worked to give a military dimension to the Iranian nuclear program, and a central figure in Iranian activities suspected of seeking to develop technology and skills required to create Nuclear bombs.

Sources indicate that Zadeh possessed three passports, and traveled frequently to countries in order to obtain “the latest information” related to nuclear energy.

On Friday, the Iranian Defense Ministry confirmed Zadeh’s death, shortly after he was targeted near the capital, Tehran.

In a statement on the official TV website, the Iranian Ministry of Defense said: Zadeh, who took over the leadership of its research and development organization, was “seriously injured” after his car was targeted by the attackers and clashed with his companions, indicating that he died in hospital after the medical team tried to resuscitate him. .

3 passports and compared to “Soleimani” … when the veil on Iran’s secret was removed and Zadeh was killed!

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The figure of the scientist Mohsen Fakhri Zadeh, who was assassinated on Friday, was kept in the strictest confidence. This is despite its influential role in Iran’s nuclear program; His media appearance was non-existent, and the Iranian state media has rarely recognized him except as a mere “university professor.”

Despite the efforts made by the Iranian government to keep the name “Zada” anonymous, the intelligence services of some countries revealed it and classified it as one of the pillars of the pyramid of Iran’s secret nuclear program.

A report by the American “Washington Post” newspaper indicated that Tehran in recent years has eased the restrictions it imposed on Zadeh. Where he appeared in official events with the Iranian leader, Ali Khamenei; Which may have accelerated his downfall and his assassination in the end.

Karim Sadjadpour, a researcher at the Carnegie Endowment, considered that Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was the person who knew the most information about Iran’s nuclear program, noting that his assassination represented a blow to Iran due to his scientific standing and important position.

For his part, an expert on Middle East affairs at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Simon Henderson, compared the importance of the assassination of Zadeh and the commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, in Baghdad at the beginning of this year, saying: “The two were of the same status and importance in Iran despite playing different roles.” .

shadow Man
Experts believe that Zadeh, who died at the age of 60, presided over what the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency and US intelligence agencies believe is a coordinated nuclear weapons program that was halted in 2003.

According to the “Washington Post”: “Zadeh” supervised the Physics Research Center associated with the Iranian army, and participated in drawing up plans and acquiring parts of the first Iranian plant to enrich uranium.

The International Atomic Energy Agency investigators did not conduct any investigation with “Zadeh” after the suspension of Iran’s nuclear program, but his name was among eight Iranians who were subjected to international travel and financial restrictions under a United Nations resolution adopted in 2007 in connection with “nuclear and ballistic missiles” research.

After the Iranian program was stopped, Zadeh continued to supervise organizations related to Iran’s nuclear activities, which continued to employ many scientists. A report issued in June 2020 by the US State Department stated that former employees of the nuclear weapons program continued to work on projects with technical activities related to armaments under Zadeh’s leadership under the so-called “AMAD” plan.

According to “Sky News Arabia”: A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency in 2011 described Zadeh as “the executive director” of the “AMAD” plan, which worked to give a military dimension to the Iranian nuclear program, and a central figure in Iranian activities suspected of seeking to develop technology and skills required to create Nuclear bombs.

Sources indicate that Zadeh possessed three passports, and traveled frequently to countries in order to obtain “the latest information” related to nuclear energy.

On Friday, the Iranian Defense Ministry confirmed Zadeh’s death, shortly after he was targeted near the capital, Tehran.

In a statement on the official TV website, the Iranian Ministry of Defense said: Zadeh, who took over the leadership of its research and development organization, was “seriously injured” after his car was targeted by the attackers and clashed with his companions, indicating that he died in hospital after the medical team tried to resuscitate him. .

November 28, 2020 – Rabi` al-Thani 13, 1442

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His car was targeted by attackers and his life story ended .. Intelligence services learn more!

The figure of the scientist Mohsen Fakhri Zadeh, who was assassinated on Friday, was kept in the strictest confidence. This is despite its influential role in Iran’s nuclear program; His media appearance was non-existent, and Iranian state media has rarely recognized him except as a mere “university professor.”

Despite the efforts made by the Iranian government to keep the name “Zada” anonymous, the intelligence services of some countries revealed it and classified it as one of the pillars of the pyramid of Iran’s secret nuclear program.

A report by the American “Washington Post” newspaper indicated that Tehran in recent years has eased the restrictions it imposed on Zadeh. Where he appeared in official events with the Iranian leader, Ali Khamenei; Which may have accelerated his downfall and his assassination in the end.

Karim Sadjadpour, a researcher at the Carnegie Endowment, considered that Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was the person who knew the most information about Iran’s nuclear program, noting that his assassination represented a blow to Iran due to his scientific standing and important position.

For his part, an expert on Middle East affairs at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Simon Henderson, compared the importance of the assassination of Zadeh and the commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, in Baghdad at the beginning of this year, saying: “The two were of the same status and importance in Iran despite playing different roles.” .

shadow Man
Experts believe that Zadeh, who died at the age of 60, presided over what the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency and US intelligence agencies believe is a coordinated nuclear weapons program that was halted in 2003.

According to the “Washington Post”: “Zadeh” supervised the Physics Research Center associated with the Iranian army, and participated in drawing up plans and acquiring parts of the first Iranian plant to enrich uranium.

The International Atomic Energy Agency investigators did not conduct any investigation with “Zadeh” after the suspension of Iran’s nuclear program, but his name was among eight Iranians who were subjected to international travel and financial restrictions under a United Nations resolution adopted in 2007 in connection with “nuclear and ballistic missiles” research.

After the Iranian program was stopped, Zadeh continued to supervise organizations related to Iran’s nuclear activities, which continued to employ many scientists. A report issued in June 2020 by the US State Department stated that former employees of the nuclear weapons program continued to work on projects with technical activities related to armaments under Zadeh’s leadership under the so-called “AMAD” plan.

According to “Sky News Arabia”: A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency in 2011 described Zadeh as “the executive director” of the “AMAD” plan, which worked to give a military dimension to the Iranian nuclear program, and a central figure in Iranian activities suspected of seeking to develop technology and skills required to create Nuclear bombs.

Sources indicate that Zadeh possessed three passports, and traveled frequently to countries in order to obtain “the latest information” related to nuclear energy.

On Friday, the Iranian Defense Ministry confirmed Zadeh’s death, shortly after he was targeted near the capital, Tehran.

In a statement on the official TV website, the Iranian Ministry of Defense said: Zadeh, who took over the leadership of its research and development organization, was “seriously injured” after his car was targeted by the attackers and clashed with his companions, indicating that he died in hospital after the medical team tried to resuscitate him. .





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