Nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was consigned to the eye of Imamzadeh Saleh mosque complex in northern Tehran on Monday. In the field of Ministry of Defense, the Quran was read to him with the Guard of Honor and other religious procedures were completed. State TV also broadcast the funeral showing his coffin.
Iran's Defense Minister Aamir Hatami was also present at Mohsen's funeral. The defense minister kissed his coffin before bowing to Mohsen and bowed his head in front of him. He then said that Mohsen's assassination united all of Iran. Now the whole of Iran will vigorously pursue your work with double strength. Hatami said that the US is a nuclear weapons arsenal and Israel is second to none, which is the biggest threat to humanity. The nuclear scientist bid farewell to Iran with moist eyes.
Iran will surely avenge the killing of scientist
Defense Minister Hatami has said that Iran will definitely avenge the murder, Iran is suspected of killing a scientist, but Israel has refused to say anything about it. Mohsen started the Islamic Republic Military Nuclear Program in the year 2000. Iran's top security official on Monday accused Israel of remotely killing a nuclear scientist with the help of an electronic device.
The weapon that killed the scientist was made in Israel
The weapon used to kill Iran's nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was made in Israel. Iran's English-language TV channel Yeh claimed. According to the information, the weapon which has been recovered from the spot is pointing to the Israeli military industry. After media reports, Israel's Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen told the radio that he did not know who was responsible for it.
Iran passed a bill to become nuclear powerful
Hurt by the assassination of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran has gone a step further towards making itself a nuclear power nation. Parliamentary Committee spokesman Abolafzl Amui said that the bill has been passed to remove all restrictions on nuclear testing in Parliament.
During the meeting on Sunday, the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee in Iran's parliament deliberated to remove nuclear restrictions. Three paragraphs are allowed for this. Representatives of the Ministry of External Affairs, Central Bank, and Parliamentary Research Center were also present during the meeting. According to the information, Iran's nuclear activities can be accelerated if the three paragraphs discussed and accepted if accepted. The bill seeks to improve the efficiency of 20 percent or more of the improved uranium that is commonly used in high-grade weapons. Currently, Iran has about 4% of the uranium capacity.
Talk on restarting a nuclear reactor
During the meeting, the bill has also discussed the restart of the Arak nuclear reactor. It is planned that it will be revamped but it will not be used in the production of arms under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nor will a new nuclear reactor be built. In addition, Tehran can also distance itself from the safety standards of the International Atomic Energy Agency. In the Parliament meeting on Sunday, 232 voted for it and 14 opposed it.