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Mossad kills Iran’s chief nuclear scientist with remote AI gun

Iran’s leading military nuclear scientist and the father of its weapons program Mohsin Fakhrizadeh was assassinated in November 2020 by Mossad using a remote-controlled artificial intelligence-powered sniper machine gun. new York Times Reported on Saturday.

There has been controversy from the beginning about how Fakhrizadeh was murdered, but Jerusalem Post Now can confirm the accuracy of Times Report regarding remote controlled gun.

When he was assassinated, several intelligence sources told the Post that Fakhrizadeh’s assassination could be as significant a blow to Iran’s discovery of the atomic bomb as its destruction. Natanz Nuclear Facility in July 2020.

according to the report, “Iranian agents working for Mossad A blue Nissan Zamayd pickup truck was parked on the side of the road connecting the city of Absurd to the main highway. The scene was at a slight elevation with a view of oncoming vehicles. The truck bed contained a 7.62 mm sniper machine gun hidden under a tarpaulin and noose construction material.

The report said, “At around 1 p.m., the hit team received a signal that Mr Fakhrizadeh, his wife and a team of armed guards in escort cars were about to leave for Absurd, where many of Iran’s elite had other There are houses and vacation villas.” .

A scene depicts the scene of the attack that killed Iranian scientist Mohsin Fakhrizadeh outside Tehran last Friday.  (credit: West Asia News Agency)A scene depicts the scene of the attack that killed Iranian scientist Mohsin Fakhrizadeh outside Tehran last Friday. (credit: West Asia News Agency)

Subsequently, the report described how the sniper who took out Fakhrizadeh did so from a distance of more than 1600 kilometers from Israel, as the hit squad left Iran long ago.

The gun that was used was a special model of the Belgian-made FN MAG machine gun attached to an advanced robotic device.

It was smuggled into the country in small pieces over several months because, when taken together, all its components would have weighed about a full ton.

A new detail in the report was that the explosives used to destroy the remote-gun’s evidence partially failed, leaving enough gunfire for the Iranians to figure out what had happened.

Many of the above details were published by Jewish Chronicle In a report in February, Iran, Israel and globally in November and December 2020 followed conflicting reports on whether remote guns or physical teams were used.

At the time of the assassination, most senior Israeli defense and intelligence media analysts were heavily inclined toward physical team theory, viewing the remote-gun scenario as propaganda To throw Iran off the tail of the physical team capture.

At the time of February report by Jewish Chronicle, ns Post was informed that the assassination plan that began in March 2020 was accurate, but several aspects of the report, such as it set back the Iranian nuclear program by five years, were incorrect.

NS Post Can now confirm that part of the remote-gun Jewish Chronicle and now Times Reports are accurate.

While all Israeli intelligence and defense officials still praise the assassination for dramatically setting back Iran’s nuclear weapons program, 10 months later and with the Islamic Republic estimated to have produced enough enriched uranium for an atomic bomb A month away, the legacy of the operation is less clear.

NS Post It was later reported that a publicly unknown figure named “Farhi” replaced Fakhrizadeh, although experts say he could not be replaced completely.

Some would say that the operation was successful in throwing Iran’s nuclear program into chaos for a few months, but that Tehran has long since recovered.

On the other hand, others say that even if Iran decides to step up its uranium enrichment to 90%, which is weapons level, they will still have to put together other components of nuclear weapons capability. These include tasks related to detonation and missile delivery. Fakhizadeh would have shone in these actions and his loss would still be felt and slow the Ayatollah.

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