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Car bomb kills nuke scientist in Iran

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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 07:31 AM
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Originally posted by IsraeliGuy

Originally posted by hmdphantom
You oppress people , they believe in god , they ask him to help them. He will help them.

Then you see an earthquake in US.


This is too much.


That was an example and wasn't supposed to be true.




posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 07:34 AM
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Look at what your country has done to the whole world and ask yourself "why do I exist?" It is a fundamental question. Of course Materialists think they have control on every single piece of the universe. But the truth is that they have found some facts and haven't found more. So , it is what they think when they are miss-informed. We have the ultimate power. All countries all around the world helped Saddam to win his invasion , but he failed. Why was that ? Because superpowers wanted ?


You speak in mysteries.

A simple truth: All nations die. Today yours, tomorrow mine. What does it matter at the end of the day? If only, that the survivors don't make it the same way.
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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 08:04 AM
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As for the assassination of Ali-Mohammadi in 2010, no one should just believe that a televised confession coming from Iran means anything. Even the opposition in Iran thinks it was suspicious.

www.jpost.com...

"Although IRNA described Ali-Mohammadi as a nuclear scientist, a spokesman for Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation said in the days after his death that he had not played a role in the activities of the organisation."

"An Iranian opposition website said at the time that Ali-Mohammadi was an opposition supporter who had backed moderate candidate Mirhossein Mousavi in the disputed June 2009 presidential election, suggesting there may be other possible motives for his murder."

We're going to be swamped with these kinds of stories until after the Iranian parliamentary elections on March 2nd are over!



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 08:36 AM
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With Iran what sounds worse admitting that Israel can take out there scientist at anytime or claiming that Israel did it.

So much for the Iranian security forces that they had no hope of protecting at least three of there top scientists.

That is why i don't believe the Iranians and believe they did in this scientist because he was no longer useful and a liability and no longer trusted. He could have even been caught spying,

Would you claim you executed one of your own scientist that now was useless or would you knock him off and blame the other side



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 08:41 AM
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Betchya Iran off'd this guy.

He probably was done with his work and wearing his beard wrong so the 'morals police' nailed him.

This isn't Mossad. They are MUCH better at their job than this.

If it is the USA iis now up one n a covert war against the crazies running Iran .. then GOOD! It'll make the kooks running Iran take a longer time until they get their nuclear weapons which will threaten the entire world. Oh .. and the USA isn't the only country that doesn't want the whackadoos running Iran to get their hands on nukes. Irans neighbors don't want them to have nukes either. Nearly EVERYONE is nervous, especially after hearing the Iranian leadership say they can't wait for a massive world war so their imaginary 12th Imam can come flying in and make the world Islamic.


BTW - Iran is waging a cyber war against the USA out of Latin America. They aren't exactly innocent ya' know


Originally posted by hmdphantom
Official Blames Zionist Regime for Assassination ....

blah blah Zionists blah blah
Same ol' crap out of your Iranian government handlers.


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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 08:51 AM
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Originally posted by hmdphantom
This is not what we do in Iran.

:shk: It most certainly IS what you do in Iran.
The government of Iran constantly kills off people on trumped up charges.

Just one article of MANY ...

The 1988 Massacre of Political Prisoners in Iran - A quest for Justice

In an effort to publicly recognize and bring to international attention the massacre of political prisoners in the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1988 and the suffering of the victims, the Abdorrahman Boroumand Foundation (ABF) hosted an unprecedented symposium in conjunction with Mr. Geoffrey Robertson, QC and Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) at the University of Oxford in the UK. The 1988 Massacre of Political Prisoners in Iran: A Quest for Justice was held on October 25, 2011, and for the first time, victims, eminent international legal experts, scholars, country specialists and human rights advocates came together to talk about truth telling and explore possible legal and political avenues of recourse for the victims of the 1988 prison massacre


We have freedom of the press and freedom of information.
You can't get away with shilling for the Iranian government here.
It doesn't work. We have access to the truth.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 09:10 AM
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Originally posted by hmdphantom
Iran is waiting for US to face the consequence of it's actions.
There are some universal rules.
You oppress people , they believe in god , they ask him to help them. He will help them.
Then you see an earthquake in US


By that measure then Iran should be ripped apart and ground into the dust ...

Human Rights and Democracy for Iran - Human Rights Violations in Iran

The 1988 Massacre of Political Prisoners in Iran - A quest for Justice

Surge of Secret Executions for Drug Offenses in Iran Must End - Amnesty International

Hand and Foot Amputation in Shiraz: A Man’s Foot and Another Man’s Hand Were Amputated for Alleged Robberies

International Human Rights Organizations' Reports on Human Rights Abuses in Iran

Human Rights in Iran - Iranian Human Rights Abuses

Speech, Press, and Assembly: Free speech, as such, does not exist in Iran. Human rights activists and other perceived agitators are sometimes subject to beatings, arrests, torture, and disappearance.

Religious Expression: The Islamic Republic of Iran is a religious institution with no secular concept of law. Those who convert from Islam to another faith may face execution for apostasy. Religious minorities are routinely subject to widespread persecution.

Women's Rights: In Iran, women can vote and run for Parliament and are not prohibited from traveling freely, but they are also subject to police beatings and torture for violating perceived social norms, are not protected from domestic violence, and are discriminated against in other subtle ways (such as inheritance law


Iran Bans National Geographic Publications

Iran: Academic Sentenced to 5 Years Jail
It was originally DEATH for 'blasphemy' ... but students rose up against it.

Philosopher is Enemy of the State in Iran

Abdolkarim Soroush is on of Iran's best-known intellectuals - and he is also considered an enemy of the state in Iran because of his ideas regarding the relationship between religion, government, and science. According to Soroush, science cannot progress very well or very far under totalitarian regimes - more interestingly, perhaps, is the his addition that this is an Islamic, not a Western, perspective.


Iranian boy l ashed for breaking ramadan fast .. he died

Iranian police violenty disperse crowd celebrating international womens day

Victims of Iranian 'Justice'


There is no room in revolutionary courts for defense lawyers because they keep quoting laws to play for time." - Ayatollah Sadeq Khalkhali, the first religious judge appointed of the Islamic Revolutionary Tribunal , Kayhan, May 13, 1979

"If a lawyer comes to believe that his client is guilty, he must not contribute to the prolongation of the trial ;. . . The Bar Association [should] identify and take action against lawyers who create mischief and divert cases from their proper course." Morteza Bakhtiari , Iran's minister of justice, Jan. 15, 2011


And there is more ... sooooo much more ...
As I said, we have freedom of information here.
Something that hmdphantom has admitted that Iran doesn't have.
Something that hmdphantom has said that he's GLAD Iran doesn't have.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 11:21 AM
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Lets play "what if" for a moment.

Considering that many on this site don't believe NASA went to the Moon, yet jump on Israel when it's reported in the Iranian Tribune (or whatever). . . lets just imagine for a second that Israel is responsible.

And imagine that the Iranian scientist was responsible for Iran's Nuke program.

Maybe this action today saved a billion lives today.

Sounds like it might be a reason to celebrate.

If you imagined that Israel. . . . and Iran's . . . . .



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 11:23 AM
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Good job Israel, anything that can slow down Irans nuclear programme is great for humanity despite the sad loss of life.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 11:26 AM
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Originally posted by daaskapital


So, yet another Nuclear scientist has been assassinated. Of course, as we expect, Iran has blamed the assassination on Israel, stating that the evidence lies with all the other similar methods used by Israel to attack ad assassinate victims. I wonder when it will ge tto the point when Iran has had enough of these illegal assassinations.

www.smh.com.au
(visit the link for the full news article)


what if its just a false flag? the Iranians off one of their own and blame it on isreal, well now they have a reason to protect themselves



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 11:29 AM
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Im not sure it has to be America or Israil ect, If there is anybody in Iran who knows the truth its going to have been this guy. So with countrys threatin this and that the first person who may blow the truth upon your country is this guy.

So if i was iran's leader, And you was my scientist im pretty sure over this subject and scale of the matter im going to have you taken out in a way that i KNOW you will die before any kind of interaction with emergency services or public people ect, straight from your house into car..... BOOM dead. I can then sit back knowing your dead i pass the blame onto secret services of America or Israil and approach a more friendly country for help with "evidence"

Failing that IF it was American i'd have wanted to speak to him first to be honest, so i'd have a few secret service members to approach him in the night play it cool get what i want from him ect tell him to forget what happened, tell him he's been watched and is guilty or that they want him dead and we will help him, Give him some bull# story with "evidence" so his mind is all over the shop, His car is rigged the Next day BOOM game over.

Israil must have had knowledge on this bloke? but america wouldnt let them kill him off in this kind of way which would spark a huge backlash tbh without getting what they want first.

Evidence from this event suggests to me some sort of war big or small is immenent even if Iran are guilty or framed.

i wrote this in another iran bomb thread just thought it fitted in here aswell.
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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:05 PM
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Ameruca won't have much of a say in who Israel assasinates. When Israel are cornered they are capable of terrible deeds, just see the assasinations after the Munich massacre.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:09 PM
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Killing this one nuclear scientist
is a better option then full on
bombing, this will help slow down
the process in which Iran is trying
to make nuclear warheads.
Buying some time now is
the best option that can be taken
with all the politcally correct BS
going on..
The thing spy movies
are made of!
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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:11 PM
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maybe this action could lead to 7 billion deaths..



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:12 PM
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Doesn't your nation have maximum prisoners?

Laws like NDAA and SOPA??




posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:14 PM
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May God bless the poor man's souls and curse those who were involved in his murder or support his murder.Whether USA or Israel.Seems ATS is full of evil souls celebrating murder,genocide and mayhem.

May God bless you Sir.

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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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Originally posted by michael1983l
Good job Israel, anything that can slow down Irans nuclear programme is great for humanity despite the sad loss of life.


Good only for the western elite and sabbatean frankists.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:21 PM
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Originally posted by mkgandhas

Originally posted by michael1983l
Good job Israel, anything that can slow down Irans nuclear programme is great for humanity despite the sad loss of life.


Good only for the western elite and sabbatean frankists.



How is an islamic fundementalist state having nuclear weapons good for anybody?



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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Originally posted by mkgandhas
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maybe this action could lead to 7 billion deaths..




Stopping the creation of nuclear weapons by a regime bent on the destruction of a population and the feverent hopes of the apocalypse could only be seen as a good thing.

But thanks for playing!


What do we have for the contestant Joanie?



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 12:28 PM
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It seems this is Obama's strategy. Precise targeting.


Well....at least we can call it more civil to war. Though it's reminiscent of Cold War games.



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