If Israel killed nuclear scientist should be attack on Haifa: Sadollah Jarei


Iran's newspaper Kehan ​​has commented in his editorial after the Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed in the attack. The newspaper writes that if Israel has killed an Iranian nuclear scientist in an attack, Iran will have to give a befitting reply by attacking Israel's port city of Haifa.

A bigger attack on the US Army with a ballast missile

Iran's analyst Saadollah Jarei says the attack on Haifa and a large number of deaths will be condemned because the US, Israel, and its allies will not show interest in any kind of war or military activity. Jared has written that the attack on Haifa must be larger than the ballistic missile Iran has launched on American troops.

Hezbollah leader Hasan Nasrallah also recently suggested that Haifa is a place where ammonium nitrate is stored in large quantities. 193 people died and 6500 people were injured in the same blast at the Bayram port. The editor of the Kehan ​​newspaper, Hossein Shariyatmadari, has been appointed to the post by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's Supreme Leader. Earlier Hossein used to be Khamenei's mentor


Meeting between closed doors in Parliament After the death of a nuclear scientist, there was a meeting between closed doors in Iran's parliament on Sunday. After the meeting, the Speaker of Parliament Mohammad Baqar Ghalibaf said that Iran's enemies would regret it. The enemy will get a perfect answer. In view of this attitude of the Government of Iran, it is being said that the coming days may remain turbulent.