The nuclear physicist Fakrizad was killed in an attack near Tehran on November 27. The Iranian side subsequently accused Israel of possibly participating in the killing of Fakrizad. A few days ago, the former director of the US Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan, called this incident a “criminal act” and may be a “state-supported terrorist act.”
In this regard, the former director of Israel’s National Intelligence Agency, “Mossad”, said in an interview with Russia Today: “Brennan’s criticism is not appropriate, because relevant US agencies have done similar actions many times in the past.”
Former Director of Israel’s National Intelligence Agency Evraim Khalvi: I don’t think the description of “criminal behavior” is accurate, because as the former director of the CIA, he should know that American organizations and institutions have also been Similar actions were taken when someone thought someone endangered the national security of the United States.
When asked whether the assassination of Fakrizad was legal, Halevi did not comment.
Iranian scholars: assassinations will not change Iranian goals
Russian TV Today also interviewed Iranian scholar Turabi in the same program that day. He said that during the epidemic, in order to sanction Iran, some Western countries completely ignored the basic needs of the Iranian people and exposed their malicious intentions. But anything, even assassinations, will not change Iran’s goals.
Turabi, director of the Lizarat Institute for Strategic Studies in Iran : The feeling of Iranians is the bad nature of some Western governments. During the epidemic, everyone can fully see that the basic needs of the Iranian people have not been taken into consideration. Those who know Iran know that none of the things that have happened or the assassinations that have occurred will not change Iran’s strategic goals.
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