Israel continues to target Iranian nuclear scientists.

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An assassination team alleged riding on a motorbike attached a magnetic bomb to the driver door of a scientist's car before speeding away and detonating it. The explosion shredded the vehicle and killed their target.
Another scientist was badly injured in an another attack but escaped with his life.
Also a series of cyber attacks have created havoc with the Iran's nuclear program computer systems and networks.

YouTube - Iranian Scientists Targeted by Hit Squads
 


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It could well be Saudi Arabia given the content of wikileeks.
 

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And before the rest of the anti-Israel brigade get here, let us look at Iran, the wonderful country the OP wishes to have a nuclear capability:

1. Massacring its own citizens because the rulers wanted to ensure no electoral opposition

2. Recently committed a woman to be stoned to death for adultery

3. The country that hangs people for their sexual orientation

4. Has openly stated through its president (who denies the holocaust ever happened) that Israel should be wiped off the map and is currently developing a nuclear bomb to achieve this end

5. That is known to openly sponsor terrorist organisations that have murdered hundreds of innocent people

6. Even after all this its corrupt unlawfully elected government is subordinate to a religious leader

It would be no surprise that any number of free countries would wish to target Iranian Nuclear scientists. But of course why not blame Israel as it is a nice target for the leftists who would love to see Iran in charge of world affairs.
 

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And before the rest of the anti-Israel brigade get here, let us look at Iran, the wonderful country the OP wishes to have a nuclear capability:

1. Massacring its own citizens because the rulers wanted to ensure no electoral opposition

2. Recently committed a woman to be stoned to death for adultery

3. The country that hangs people for their sexual orientation

4. Has openly stated through its president (who denies the holocaust ever happened) that Israel should be wiped off the map and is currently developing a nuclear bomb to achieve this end

5. That is known to openly sponsor terrorist organisations that have murdered hundreds of innocent people

6. Even after all this its corrupt unlawfully elected government is subordinate to a religious leader

It would be no surprise that any number of free countries would wish to target Iranian Nuclear scientists. But of course why not blame Israel as it is a nice target for the leftists who would love to see Iran in charge of world affairs.
How did you get the idea I am a leftist? How did you get the idea I am condemning the attacks?

Israel has every right to kill these pukes.

Keep up the good work I say.:)
 

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Israel has every right to kill these pukes.

Keep up the good work I say.
Adorable, ain't it?

As was the fact that both 'pukes' wives were in the car with them when they were attacked. What if they had been killed in addition to/instead of their husbands? What if any of the other motorists on this busy road had been killed? They're only Iranians, I suppose, not real people like Americans or Israelis, so let's not think about the possibilities too much.

Whoever - whether Israel, the US, or a domestic group - was responsible for this attacked against unarmed civilians is guilty of a flagrant act of terrorism. Those who are salivating over these murders while 'crediting' them to Israel will be reminded of their comments any time they get all santimoneous about 'terrorism' against their precious Israel.
 

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Those here who are rubbing their hands with glee at the murder of this man are beneath contempt.
 

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Those here who are rubbing their hands with glee at the murder of this man are beneath contempt.
That's not all they'll be rubbing. Some of our posters get positively orgasmic when Israel carries out successful military operations. The Amazon was nearly converted to tissues when some of them read of the worm that was eating through Israeli nuclear data.
 

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Adorable, ain't it?

As was the fact that both 'pukes' wives were in the car with them when they were attacked. What if they had been killed in addition to/instead of their husbands? What if any of the other motorists on this busy road had been killed? They're only Iranians, I suppose, not real people like Americans or Israelis, so let's not think about the possibilities too much.

Whoever - whether Israel, the US, or a domestic group - was responsible for this attacked against unarmed civilians is guilty of a flagrant act of terrorism. Those who are salivating over these murders while 'crediting' them to Israel will be reminded of their comments any time they get all santimoneous about 'terrorism' against their precious Israel.
A terrorist action not much different than any carried out by Al-Qaeda in which the killer goes up to a target and detonates an explosive vest.

Nuclear scientists are fair game for murder in the minds of some apparently, that should put a lot of people around the world on edge.

It will dawn on supporters of actions like this eventually what supporting this kind of thing entails, the moral compromises you have to make internally to accept that blowing up a scientist is something to cheer about are great but perhaps not for those already morally compromised.

In any event it sort of rubs the shine off of all those people who were filled with such praise and high expectations when the Stuxnet worm was announced doesn't it? Their technical sophistication in creating that worm doesn't look so effective or stunning after all when they still have to fall back on the messy old ways of doing their business.... ;)

It could well be Saudi Arabia given the content of wikileeks.
Oh i'll accept the possibility all right, once you demonstrate a Saudi track record for this kind of activity. Israel on the other hand....
 
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A terrorist action not much different than any carried out by Al-Qaeda in which the killer goes up to a target and detonates an explosive vest.

Nuclear scientists are fair game for murder in the minds of some apparently, that should put a lot of people around the world on edge.

It will dawn on supporters of actions like this eventually what supporting this kind of thing entails, the moral compromises you have to make internally to accept that blowing up a scientist is something to cheer about are great but perhaps not for those already morally compromised.

In any event it sort of rubs the shine off of all those people who were filled with such praise and high expectations when the Stuxnet worm was announced doesn't it? Their technical sophistication in creating that worm doesn't look so effective or stunning after all when they still have to fall back on the messy old ways of doing their business.... ;)



Oh i'll accept the possibility all right, once you demonstrate a Saudi track record for this kind of activity. Israel on the other hand....
Perhaps if you took a moment to step outside your warped sense of reality you might realise that it is the nuclear scientists working for Iran who are the terrorists. Don't for a moment think that these people will hesitate to use these weapons against the west if they can successfully develop them.
 

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Don't for a moment think that these people will hesitate to use these weapons against the west if they can successfully develop them.

Obviously you have evidence for this claim, some precedent perhaps, or is this just your orientalism on display?
 

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Attacking scientists (or any civilian) in this manner is deplorable. As foul as the Iranian totalitarian theocratic state is, this cannot be justified.
 
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Interesting to see all the Israeli backers jumping up and dpwn with glee in supposrt of this murder and attempted murder. There is no evidence that Israel was responsible. Iran has many enemies that would like to carry out such an attack.

Its interesting to see the unbridled joy that is demonstrated when a man is murdered in front of his wife. I can understand that some poster think it might be a necessary military action but even in war people should have some sense of decency.
 

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I presume you all forgive SF/IRA for their previous "terrorist attacks", since murder is now ok in "proper" politics?
 

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keep buying them magic beans ;)

I will indeed, for they have the most amazing effect. For example I was full sure that at long last the West and the Arab world were in agreement on something,
(Oh wait........they are)....... namely the threat presented by the Iranian theocracy, the leaders of which are patiently waiting for the 12th Mahdi to reappear from down a well into which they continue to drop messages. But whatever you are having yourself.......
 

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Perhaps if you took a moment to step outside your warped sense of reality you might realise that it is the nuclear scientists working for Iran who are the terrorists. Don't for a moment think that these people will hesitate to use these weapons against the west if they can successfully develop them.
The Atomic Bombs Cast of Characters: The House of Rothschild; international bankers who made enormous profits during the nineteenth century, and used their money to take over governments.

Bernard Baruch: New York agent of the Rothschilds who at the turn of the century set up the tobacco trust, the copper trust and other trusts for the Rothschilds. He became the grey eminence of the United States atomic bomb program when his lackey, J. Robert Oppenheimner, became director of the Los Alamos bomb development, and when his Washington lackey, James F. Byrnes, advised Truman to drop the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Albert Einstein; lifelong Zionist who initiated the United States' atomic bomb program with a personal letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1939.
 


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