‘Will avenge the assassination of the nuclear scientist’ – Iran warns Israel

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani

Tehran (Iran) – Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a nuclear scientist in the process of developing an atomic bomb for Iran was ambushed on 27th November.  He was shot followed by the bomb explosion on the car. Along with him, some of his companions have also died. Israel has been accused of the killing and warned that ‘Iran will take revenge of the assassination.’ Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif claimed that there was clear evidence of an Israeli role behind the murder. Israel has however declined to comment on the allegation. None of the terrorist organisations has taken the responsibility of the attack. Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was called ‘the Father of Irani bomb’.

Zarif said, “it seems through this that Israel is eager to wage a war. The assassinated scientist was mentioned in an event by the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.