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On that Monday morning, dawn had just broken over a bustling Tehran so deeply shrouded in smog that many commuters wore face masks to protect against the fumes and dust in the air. On Artesh Street, among rows of new and half-finished apartment blocks, the nuclear physicist Majid Shahriari was working his way through rush-hour traffic with his wife and bodyguard in his Peugeot sedan. A motorcycle pulled up beside the scientist’s car. Nothing extraordinary about that. But then the man on the bike stuck something to the outside of the door and sped away. When the magnetically attached bomb went off, its focused explosion killed Shahriari instantly. It wounded the others in the car but spared their lives. A clean hit.
Originally posted by AnteBellum
reply to post by dialecticchaos77
I tend to agree but when you forcibly take away there weapons they will get even more aggressive into obtaining them. And when they finally discover who were the ones behind the plot, truth always comes out in time, they will retaliate without hesitation.edit on 12/13/2010 by AnteBellum because: (no reason given)