Tuesday, January 26

Iranian scientist killed: “Tehran facing an insoluble dilemma on the response to adopt”

Tensions are at their peak between Israel and Iran again after the assassination of an Iranian scientist. On Friday, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, considered by some to be the father of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program, was in his car near Tehran when he was killed in a car bomb attack followed by a gun battle. An assassination that was quickly attributed to Israel, by the Islamic Republic.

While the Jewish state has not officially responded to the accusations, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made no secret of his satisfaction. “I did a lot of things this week, but I can not say everything,” he said in a message posted on social networks. For his part, Iranian President Hassan Rohani on Saturday promised a response “on time”.

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