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Intelligence source: Israel Assassinated Top Iranian Nuclear Scientist

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posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 07:28 AM
Another story to conflict with the "assasination" which claims that the scientist died from "faulty gas fire in sleep"?

- This is from Fars News Agency

Moussad Incapable of Running Operations in Iran

"The United States and Israel have repeatedly gone under deep criticism by western politicians and experts for their weaknesses in collecting correct information about Iran's capabilities," he continued, stating that such reports are released to serve propaganda purposes.

The more stories, the further we get from what really happened, what next?

posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 12:26 PM
Now, while we are talking about Mossad, this sure is interesting article:

HAARETZ - Mossad chief: Iran will not get nuclear bomb before 2009

Iran will be in a position to build a nuclear bomb by 2009, at the earliest, Mossad chief Meir Dagan told members of the Knesset Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense.

The head of Mossad also rejected talk of a "point of no return," saying that "such a concept does not exist."

On the basis of Dagan's assessment, a senior political source in Jerusalem said yesterday there is plenty of time for diplomatic efforts to effectively block Iran's nuclear program.

posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 01:07 PM
Saying that this guy is a civilian is bogus. If he's a key scientist involved in the state nuclear program...he's not a civilian. Seems like a viable target to me if you want to slow down their nuclear advances.

posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 02:09 PM

Originally posted by BlueTriangle
Saying that this guy is a civilian is bogus. If he's a key scientist involved in the state nuclear program...he's not a civilian.

That would still be a civilian. Iran's not at war with anyone, the man wasn't a soldier, he didn't sign up for a war, only to help Iran run a nuclear power plant. Calling him a non-civilian is stating that all the nuclear scientists in the US are fair game to anyone who opposes US.

posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 04:35 PM

Originally posted by subz
Erm, war time? What freaking war? The War on Terror is not a war, it's a catch phrase.

This scientist was a civilian, and even if there was a declared war raging the Geneva convention prohibits the targeting of civilians. You know, hospitals are really vital to an enemy nation during war time as well yet they are off limits too.

Some people really have to wise up to what they are acquiescing to here! No freaking wonder the German people allowed Hitler to get away with what he did. It's the same mentality that is being showed here with the condoning of the MURDER of a CIVILIAN.

This is not even taking into account that there is STILL no proof given of an Iranian nuclear weapons program. Boggles the mind...

I agree with you that the so called war on terror is a phony moniker, but let's not pretend that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad cares one whit about the niceties of the Geneva convention. This man and his islamic cronies has been torturing christians for simply believing in Jesus, among other atrocities.

Widespread assasination of the perpetrators and leaders of the terrorist death cults would be a wonderful deterrent. Remember your precious terrorists, that you wish to protect apparently, have been targeting civilians and advocating genocide for a thousand years. Remember the genocide in Darfur. It's time to return the favor and deliver justice to the perpetrators. Moreover a nuclear scientist, working on nuclear bombs to advance the cause of the islamic death cult, can in no way be thought of as an innocent civilian, I'm sorry. It's time to use basic ethical thinking here and stop coddling the satanic terrorists please.

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