News! Foreign media:After Iran vowed to retaliate for the killing of nuclear scientists, Israeli embassies are on high alert
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[Global News News] According to the Russian Satellite News Agency just now, after Iran vowed to retaliate for the murder of nuclear scientist Fahrizad, the Israeli embassies abroad are at a high level. Alert state. In addition, the Arab state-owned television station quoted Reuters as saying that the spokesperson of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that it would not comment on the security of its embassies abroad.
According to the Associated Press earlier, the Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei vowed to The man behind the murder of chief nuclear scientist Muhsen Fahrizad retaliated. According to reports, Iran blamed Israel for the incident. Earlier in the day, Iranian President Rohani also accused Israel. He said in a TV cabinet meeting on the 28th that the Iranian people will not fall into Israel’s trap.”Iran will definitely respond to the martyrdom of our scientists in due course,” Rouhani said.
According to a report on the 27th by the Yitong News Agency, the 59-year-old Iranian Ministry of Defense research and innovation agency head and chief nuclear scientist Mohsen Fahrizad was arrested in a town near the capital Tehran that afternoon. Assassination. Iran’s Tasnim News Agency quoted a statement from the Iranian Ministry of Defense saying that Fahrizad’s car was attacked by a suicide bombing by unknown terrorists and was shot. Fahrizad was sent to the hospital after being shot. Died. No organization or individual has claimed responsibility for the attack. The Arabic channel of Iran’s state-run global satellite TV station accused the Israeli Intelligence Secret Service”Mossad” of murdering the scientist. The commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards tweeted that day that Iran would launch retaliation against the murder of nuclear scientists.