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

Also, the responses from Netanyahu and Trump could be interpreted as a deliberate attempt to exacerbate an already tense situation

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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.

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