Iran's nuclear scientist murdered with 'remot control gun'

Iran's nuclear scientist murdered with 'remot control gun'
During Fakhrizadeh's funeral in Tehran, Iran's security chief Ali Shamkhani said the attackers used electronic devices and were not present at the scene.

However, he did not provide more information about it. Initially, the Iranian Ministry of Defense stated that Fakhrizadeh's car was targeted by some gunmen and was shot at the same time.

Israel has not yet commented on Iran's claims. In early 2000, Fakhrizadeh played a key role in Iran's nuclear program.

Most importantly, Israel recently said about Fakhrizadeh that he is engaged in developing Iran's secret nuclear weapon.

Iran has always been saying that its nuclear program is not for developing weapons. Fakhrzadeh's funeral took place on the premises of Iran's Ministry of Defense in Tehran. Some remains of the funeral were handed over to a cemetery in northern Tehran.

Iran's state TV showed that soldiers and senior officials were carrying Fakhrizadeh's coffin wrapped in the Iranian national flag. Among them, Intelligence Minister Mahmood Alvi, Revolutionary Corps Commander General Hussein Salami and Nuclear Program Chief Ali Akbar Salehi paid tribute to Fakhrizadeh.

Admiral Shamkhani, secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, said at Fakhrizadeh's funeral program that Iranian intelligence and security services had foreseen the plot to kill Fakhrizadeh. He said that there was already a possibility of such an attack.

Shamkhani said, "Necessary measures were taken to protect them, but the enemies used an entirely new way. This killing has been carried out in a professional and special way. Unfortunately our enemies succeeded in this. This one The mission was very complicated because electronic equipment. Has been used. None was present at the scene.

Admiral Shamkhani said that some clues have been found of the perpetrators of this murder. "It has certainly been involved with the Jewish opposition and the Mossad-led Iranian opposition group Mujahideen-e Khalik (MKO)," he said.

The Mossad is the Israeli intelligence agency and has used Jewish rule for Israel. The MKO is an exiled opposition faction of Iran that opposes the current government structure in the country. The statement comes from Iran after the Fars news agency stated that remot-controlled machine guns were used in Fakhriadeh's murder.

As reported by Arabic-language Al-Alam TV, such weapons are used through satellite control. When the Iranian nuclear scientist was killed on Friday, the Defense Ministry said armed militants targeted Fakhrizadeh's car in eastern Tehran.

The ministry had said that Fakhrizadeh was shot dead in a shootout between his security guards and the attackers and died in the meantime. Photos posted on social media saw debris and blood splattered from a car riddled with bullets.

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