Iran’s Supreme leaders vows to retaliate against serial killers

Iranian President Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowed on Saturday to avenge the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a day after he killed an Iranian nuclear scientist in an attack near the Iranian capital. He called for “follow up on this crime and the punishment of the perpetrators and their offenders, as well as … continue the scientific and technological influences of the family for its belief in. Earlier, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accused Israel. of killing Fakhrizadeh, state TV said. “Moreover, places of international pride are covered in the blood of the Zionist Rebels,” a statement to Israel, Rouhani said in a statement on Saturday, “according to the report. “Your killing will not diminish our achievements. “When he was hit by a car he and his security forces became armed. At Easter, he finally “died for his faith” so that doctors would not wake up. 00:22 Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that there is reason to believe that Israel was involved in the assassination, as it appears that the assassination was a blessing bestowed on US President Donald Trump. “Terrorists have killed a prominent Iranian scientist today. This fear – which reflects the magnitude of Israel’s actions – shows the horrific collection of criminals,” Zarif wrote on Twitter.

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