Israel Should be Thanked For Iranian Scientist Assassination, Anonymous Israeli Official Tells NYT

Iran’s senior nuclear physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed on 27 November in a shooting and bombing attack in the town of Absard. No country has claimed responsibility for his killing, but high-ranking Iranian officials have blamed the assault on Israel.

An anonymous Israeli official, who has allegedly been involved in tracking Mohsen Fakhrizadeh for years,Β has toldΒ the New York Times that the world should thank Israel for the assassination of the scientist, described by Tel Aviv as the head of Iran’s purported nuclear weapons programme.

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