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Mossad commander suspected of being shot dead in the Israeli capital

Mossad commander suspected of being shot dead in the Israeli capital

December 6 According to Russian Satellite News Agency quoted Iranian Press TV news on the 6th, on the morning of the 3rd local time, a 45-year-old man was shot and killed in the Israeli capital Tel Aviv.

He was the senior commander of the Israeli Mossad.

According to Press TV’s description, the man was named Fahmi Hinavi. He was shot 15 times in a row while waiting for a red light while driving. Several gunmen quickly left the scene afterwards. 

Videos and photos circulated on social media showed that a car was parked at a local crossroad, with multiple bullet holes visible on the body and a large number of police officers around.

The Russian Satellite News Agency pointed out that the information it cited has not been confirmed, and it is impossible to determine whether the online video is related to the reported shooting. 

At present, the Israeli side has not responded to this, and the Israeli media has not reported on the shooting of Mossad officials.

Russian media pointed out that some netizens speculated that the incident was related to the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.

On November 27, local time, Fakrizad, a senior Iranian nuclear scientist, was attacked near the capital Tehran and died after rescue efforts failed. On the 28th

Iran’s supreme leader Khamenei tweeted strongly condemning the killing of Fakrizad, calling for “clear punishment” for those behind the murder. 

The revenge begins? Mossad commander suspected of being shot dead in the Israeli capital: multiple gunmen fired 15 shots

Fahmi Hinavi

The Russian Satellite News Agency pointed out that the information it cited has not been confirmed, and it is impossible to determine whether the online video is related to the reported shooting. At present, the Israeli side has not responded to this, and the Israeli media has not reported on the shooting of Mossad officials.

Russian media pointed out that some netizens speculated that the incident was related to the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.

On November 27, local time, Fahrizad, a senior Iranian nuclear scientist, was attacked near the capital Tehran and died after rescue efforts failed. On November 28, Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei tweeted strongly condemning the killing of Fahrizad and called for “clear punishment” for those behind the murder.

At present, no organization or individual has declared responsibility for Fahrizad’s death, but Iranian public opinion generally believes that Israel is behind the incident.

The Iranian ambassador to China Mohamed Kshawarzzad said in an interview with the media on December 2 that Iran will find the murderer and agent who assassinated Fahrizad and “punish him through international law.”

Kshawarzzad also said that preliminary evidence obtained by Iran shows that in the future, there may be a “long series” of “assassinations” similar to those of the nuclear scientist Fahrizad in “sensitive areas.”

According to Russian media reports, a few days ago, the former director of the US Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan, called the assassination of Fahrizad a “criminal act” and may be a “state-backed terrorist act.”

“Mossad” former director Halvey said in an interview with Russian TV Today: “Brennan’s criticism is not appropriate, because relevant US agencies have done similar actions many times in the past.”

Halevi said: “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 agencies have also taken actions when they believe that someone endangers the national security of the United States. Similar actions.”

When asked whether the assassination of Fahrizad was legal, Halevi did not comment.

When reprinting the Iranian media reports, many foreign media specifically noted that the news has not been confirmed.

The Israeli government and Mossad have not yet spoken on this news, and the Israeli media have not announced that Fahmi Shinawi was shot and killed.

Some netizens speculated that this incident may be related to the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists. On November 27, local time, Fakrizad, a senior Iranian nuclear scientist, was attacked near the capital Tehran and died after rescue efforts failed. 

On the 28th, Iran’s supreme leader Khamenei tweeted strongly condemning the killing of Fakrizad and called for “clear punishment” for those behind the murder. 

The murderer of an Iranian nuclear scientist has been confirmed and the United States is indeed involved.

According to Russia Today (RT), citing Iranian media reports, Iranian security forces have identified some people involved in the assassination of Fahrizad, the country’s top nuclear scientist last month, and some suspects have been arrested.

Hussein Amir Abdulrahian, Special Assistant to the Speaker of the Islamic Parliament of Iran for International Affairs, said on the 8th that evidence showed that “Zionists” were involved in the planning and execution of the assassination, but they could not have done so without the cooperation of intelligence agencies in the United States or elsewhere.

The Governor noticed that since the assassination of Fahrizad on November 27, foreign media have been speculating that the United States and Israel are collusioned. The latest evidence shows that the United States is difficult to get out of touch, and the United States and Israel have previously identified each other as the murderer.

RT Report

In an interview with the Iranian Student News Agency (ISNA) on Tuesday, Abdulrahyan said that the behind-the-scenes murder of Fahrizad “has been confirmed by the Islamic Republic of Iran and these people will certainly receive a decisive response.”

He did not reveal the identity of the suspect or indicate how many people had been arrested, adding that most of the details would be kept secret until the investigation was completed.

Abdul Rahian said in an interview that the Iranian government is considering taking “multi-level measures” to retaliate against the assassination.

According to the report, Abdul Rashian expressed pessimism about Iran’s improvement of relations with the United States after Biden took office as President of the United States. He said Biden had talked about alliances with European countries and sought confrontational policies against Iran, Russia and other countries.

On November 27, when Fahrizad was heading to eastern Tehran, his bulletproof vehicle convoy was ambushed, and the Iranian government blamed Israel for the incident.

Although no organization or individual has announced the attack, Iran has repeatedly said that the attack was planned by Israel and accused the presence of the United States behind the scenes.

An unnamed senior U.S. government official has identified Israel as the mastermind behind it, CNN reported on December 2. The official said that in the past, Israel would share information about goals and actions with the United States before carrying out secret operations, but he declined to disclose whether the Trump administration knew about the plan or supported the operation before the attack.

In an interview with the Times of Israel, former head of Israel’s military intelligence, Adelin speculated that there was obviously a certain degree of “collusion” between the United States and Israel. He said that U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo visited Israel recently and “obviously he did not come here for a drink.”

According to Russian media reports, John Brennan, the former director of the CIA, said that the assassination of Fahrizad was a “crime” and may be a “state-sponsored terrorist act”.

However, Halevi, the former director of Israel’s National Intelligence Agency and Mossad, said in an interview with Russian TV today: “Brennan’s criticism is not appropriate, because the relevant U.S. agencies have done similar acts many times in the past.”

Iranian students burn American and Israeli flags. Source: Reuters

Analysts believe that the assassination of Iranian nuclear physicist Fahrizad by external forces is a provocation or temptation, with the intention of stimulating Iran to make “excessive revenge” and thus creating excuses for military operations against Iran. If Iran’s vowed revenge resulted in the death of American personnel, the possibility of a military conflict between the United States and Iran will be significantly increased.

Iran has repeatedly stressed reprisals for assassinations. It is worth noting that on the morning of December 3 local time, a 45-year-old man, known as the senior commander of Mossad, was shot dead in Tel Aviv, the capital of Israel. The Russian satellite news agency pointed out that the incident may be related to the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.

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