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(Worthy News) - Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran’s nuclear program, warned Israel on Monday, “If nuclear scientists are killed in Iran, consequences will be severe.”
Salehi’s statement came in the broader context of Iranian scientists who were assassinated in a number of mysterious explosions in recent years. Iranian government officials pointed a finger at Israel, however, Israel has not taken responsibility for the killings.
Even with the collapse of the nuclear agreement between Tehran and the five remaining powers, Salehi vowed that the Iranian nuclear program would be strong.
“Trump’s decision to quit the agreement placed him on the side of the losers in history,” Salehi declared. “The agreement could pave the way for building confidence and security that was previously lost.” [ Source (Read More...) ]
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