Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Iran Nuclear Expert Assassinated - Photos





Photos from top to bottom:

The late Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan

The body of Ahmadi Roshan inside the bombed vehicle

Scenes at the site of the attack

Photos: IRNA

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Killing and harming innocent civilians is not terrorism if the west does it. It's only terrorism if a Muslim does it.

Nader Uskowi said...

Notwithstanding your comments, political assassinations do not follow national or religious categories. An Egyptian assassin kills Sadat; Iranian agents assassinate Bakhtiar; Israeli agents assassinate Roshan, and as unfortunate many assassinations in the West and the East, North and South. It is the act of political assassination that needs to be condemned, regardless the victim(s), regardless the perpetuators.

Anonymous said...

The regime needs tension and tension is like a drug to this regime.
The drug addict needs their hit as sure as regime needs their hit.
The regime needs and creates tension therefore regime hit this scientist.

Anonymous said...

they run still unprotected; eyewitnesses on the street could see how the bomb was mounted on to the car - but no security forces there ...

Anonymous said...

" Killing and harming innocent civilians is not terrorism if the west does it."

whodunit? the odds are overwhelming that the person who placed that bomb was an Iranian....or could pass as an iranian...and it's rather remote that a Westerner was riding around loose and unreported

Esfandiar Tajbaksh said...

Another cowardly act , may he rest in peace.

The West must realize that Iran has an endless pool of young scientists that will replace those who are martyred,we will never stop our nuclear program.

I utterly despise the current regime , but Iran is under attack and as an Iranian I am obliged to stand 100% behind my government.

Anonymous said...

RIP...

Anonymous said...

Guys don't buy into this government instigated assassination.The regime murdered the scientist because he served his purposes for the regime and the regime uses people like tissue paper when they finish their usefulness.The man knew to much hence needs to be bumped off to keep Iran's secret nuclear bomb program an airtight secret.

Jabbar Fazeli, MD said...

With the us denying involvement, that leaves Israel and Saudi Arabia, with more likelihood for Israel. Either way, it's sad to see civilians being targeted for political reasons.

Anonymous said...

From http://www.juancole.com/:

[Quote :"Journalist Richard Silverstein says ( http://www.richardsilverstein.com/tikun_olam/2012/01/10/iran-blames-israel-for-assassinating-another-iranian-nuclear-scientist/) he has a reliable Israeli source who affirms that the bombings are a joint production of Mossad and the MEK. But since his source in anonymous, it is hard for others to judge the solidness of this source.

Anyway, the scientists so far killed have not been proven in a court of law to have done anything wrong at all, and so they have been murdered in cold blood for political purposes, which is the definition of terrorism. Western leaders who accuse Iran of being the world’s major purveyor of terrorism (a stupid allegation) would have to, if they were honest and consistent, speak out against these grisly murders in Iran (which also killed innocent bystanders)." Closed quote]

mat said...

'One scientist disappears, two more appear. One expert gone, two more born'.

Anonymous said...

mat

You must be an expert then.

Anonymous said...

I guess this sttles whodunit:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/jan/11/iran-scientist-death-israeli-warning

Benny Gantz, the Israeli Defence Forces chief of staff, told a parliamentary committee: "For Iran, 2012 is a critical year in combining the continuation of its nuclearisation, internal changes in the Iranian leadership, continuing and growing pressure from the international community and things which take place in an unnatural manner."

Anonymous said...

The goal justifies the means!

mat said...

Is that all?