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Despite the Blow to Morale, Iran Will Find a Nuclear Scientist Just as Talented as the Assassinated Fakhrizadeh

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The killing of Prof. Mohsen Fakhrizadeh has dealt a blow to the morale, psyche and work of the Iranian regime headed by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei – and especially to the Revolutionary Guards and the masters of the country’s nuclear program.

Fakhrizadeh was a physics professor at Imam Hossein University in Tehran but also held key positions in the Islamic Republic’s military nuclear program, which has been operating secretly for over 20 years behind the facade of the civilian uranium enrichment program.

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