The leader of Iran’s secret military program has been shot and killed in Northern Iran. This is a major blow to Iran, and they have already said they will retaliate. An Iranian military commander said Iran would strike back against the killers of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh

According to reports in Iran, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was assassinated in Damavand, east of Tehran, when he was ambushed. A state reporter said, “apparently an explosion, followed by shootings… Three or four other people have also been killed.”

He was wanted for many years by Mossad.

He was head of the secretive SPND organization where Iranian nuclear weapons scientists carry out R & D activities. Importantly, these activities continued during the Iran nuclear deal. They continue today.

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Israeli PM Netanyahu even called out Fakhrizadeh on continuing work on iranian nuclear weapons:

https://twitter.com/Doranimated/status/1332351779196035075?s=20

Today’s killing of Fakhrizadeh will most likely provoke a strong response by Iran because he was seen as the force behind its nuclear weapons program.

President Trump retweeted the tweet below:

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