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Monday, November 29, 2010

Breaking: Two Iranian nuclear scientists killed in separate bomb blasts

Israel Radio is reporting that two Iranian nuclear scientists were killed in separate bomb blasts Monday morning in Tehran.

According to Eran Singer of Israel Radio, two bombs exploded Monday morning in Tehran (early report, confused). Singer cites an Al-Ahram report that a lecturer in nuclear science in Tehran University was killed by a bomb on Monday morning. Details are sketchy. In a second bomb attack Monday morning, a car with a nuclear scientist and his wife exploded and both were killed.

You may recall that nuclear physicist Massoud Ali Mohammadi (pictured) was killed by an exploding motorcycle in Tehran in January (link includes video).

This is a very preliminary report - all we know is that there were two explosions and two nuclear scientists (not the one pictured - he was killed last January in a similar incident) were killed.

More details when I have them.

Israel Radio is now reporting only one killed with his wife - the other was critically wounded. They say that bicycle riders set the bombs off next to the nuclear scientists' cars.

Here's a report from IRNA, the Iranian news agency.
An Iranian university professor was assassinated Monday morning with another one injured in a separate bomb attack.

Majid Shahryari was martyred while Fereydoun Abbasi was injured.

The terrorist attacks took place this morning when the two professors were on their ways to Shahid Beheshti Universtiy in north of Tehran where they worked.

Shahryari, who was accompanied by his wife, was killed instantly after two terrorists driving a motorbike attacked his car. His wife is in good condition in a nearby hospital.

In a separate incident also this morning, Abbasi and his wife were injured in a terrorist attack. The two survived the attack and are in good conditions in hospital.

A distinguished Iranian physics professor, Masoud Alimohammadi, was killed in a remote-controlled bomb blast in front of his home in northern Tehran Jan 12, 2010.
Israel Radio reports that - surprise - Iran is blaming the US and Israel.

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At 9:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Appropriate song title


At 11:08 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Could be Mossad. But no one is sayin.'


At 10:52 PM, Blogger muman613 said...

Always AWESOME to read about the liquidation of the evil Iranian scientists. If only they could take out the snakehead himself, then we will celebrate in style!!!

May we read about Amadinajads liquidation tomorrow! Hashem willing!


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