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Iran announces revenge for killing of its nuclear program founder

Iran announces revenge for killing of its nuclear program founder
Mohsen Fakhrizada’s killers will regret, terrorists killed a famous Iranian scientist today, cowardly act is a provocative act
Mohsen Fakhrizada’s killers will regret Iran’s announcement of revenge for the murder of the founder of its nuclear program, terrorists killed a famous Iranian scientist today, cowardly act is a provocative act. According to the details, the Iranian leadership reacted strongly to the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizada, the founder of Iran’s nuclear program, and made it clear that the killers would regret it, and that revenge for the assassination of Mohsen Fakhri would be avenged.
According to Iranian media, an Iranian nuclear scientist has been shot dead in Tehran. A car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak, on the outskirts of Tehran, killing at least two people.

It is reported that nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizada was seriously injured and taken to a hospital in Tehran in critical condition.

But he could not survive there and died. The Iranian military has also confirmed the killing of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizada. Mohsen Fakhrizada, the founder of the Iranian nuclear program, was a professor of physics at Imam Hussein University. Mohsen Fakhrizada was known as the Father of Iran Nuclear. Mohsen Fakhrizada was the head of the Research and Innovation Organization of the Iranian Ministry of Defense.

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