News ID: 15549
Publish Date: 03 March 2014 - 08:02
Navideshahed- Washington has been in talks with the Israeli regime to stop killing Iranian nuclear scientists because it would have a bad influence on current nuclear talks between Tehran and world major powers.

In a rare confession that Mossad agents were behind the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists, the report written by Dan Raviv and published by the CBS News said that Washington officials have communicated to Israeli intelligence agencies to stop the targeting of scientists, saying it may derail nuclear talks between Tehran and world powers.
In his report Dan Raviv, a journalist who co-wrote a book about Israel’s Mossad secret operations, said that although Israel has never acknowledged it, its espionage agency - the Mossad - ran an assassination campaign for several years aimed at Iran’s top nuclear scientists. The purpose was to slow the progress made by Iran.
At least four Iranian scientists were murdered, most of them by bombs planted on their cars as they drove to work in the morning.
U.S. President Barack Obama - much to the discomfort of Israeli officials - is pursuing negotiations with Iran. The United States is one of the six countries engaged in talks with Iran on its nuclear activities.
Iranian nuclear scientists and academics have been the targets of assassination over the past few years, and the country’s officials maintain that intelligence agents of Israel’s Mossad are behind the killings, the latest of which was the assassination of Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan, a graduate of Sharif University of Technology in chemical engineering and an official at the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, who was assassinated in Tehran on January 11, 2012.
On July 23, 2011, Dariush Rezaiinejad, a university professor, was killed in a terrorist attack in Tehran.
On November 29, 2010, two prominent physicists were targeted by terrorists in two separate bombings. Professor Majid Shahriari was killed and Professor Fereydoun Abbasi, the former director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, was injured in the attacks.
On January 12, 2010, Iranian elementary-particle physicist Massoud Ali-Mohammadi was assassinated in a bomb attack.

In a rare confession that Mossad agents were behind the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists, the report written by Dan Raviv and published by the CBS News said that Washington officials have communicated to Israeli intelligence agencies to stop the targeting of scientists, saying it may derail nuclear talks between Tehran and world powers. In his report Dan Raviv, a journalist who co-wrote a book about Israel’s Mossad secret operations, said that although Israel has never acknowledged it, its espionage agency - the Mossad - ran an assassination campaign for several years aimed at Iran’s top nuclear scientists. The purpose was to slow the progress made by Iran. At least four Iranian scientists were murdered, most of them by bombs planted on their cars as they drove to work in the morning. U.S. President Barack Obama - much to the discomfort of Israeli officials - is pursuing negotiations with Iran. The United States is one of the six countries engaged in talks with Iran on its nuclear activities. Iranian nuclear scientists and academics have been the targets of assassination over the past few years, and the country’s officials maintain that intelligence agents of Israel’s Mossad are behind the killings, the latest of which was the assassination of Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan, a graduate of Sharif University of Technology in chemical engineering and an official at the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, who was assassinated in Tehran on January 11, 2012. On July 23, 2011, Dariush Rezaiinejad, a university professor, was killed in a terrorist attack in Tehran. On November 29, 2010, two prominent physicists were targeted by terrorists in two separate bombings. Professor Majid Shahriari was killed and Professor Fereydoun Abbasi, the former director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, was injured in the attacks. On January 12, 2010, Iranian elementary-particle physicist Massoud Ali-Mohammadi was assassinated in a bomb attack.
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