The Prosecutor General of Tehran Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi said that the revolutionary court in the capital sentenced to death by the agent «Mossad», which gave the Israeli intelligence data of tens of experts involved in the Iranian nuclear program.
«In total we are talking about 30 military leaders and scientists, including about Shahid Majid Shahriari and Massoud al-Muhammadi. For this, the spy received a cash award and a residence permit in Sweden,» said the Prosecutor.
Despite the fact that Dolatabadi did not name the convict, the data indicate that we are talking about the expert in the field of disaster medicine Ahmadreza Jalali – employee of the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and the Institute of Oriental Piedmont in Italy. He was arrested in April 2016 during a trip home to Iran.
21 October judge of the Revolutionary Tribunal in the Iranian capital Abolqasem, Salavati recognized scientist guilty of collaboration with enemy security services and sentenced to capital punishment. The Jalali have 20 days to appeal the verdict.
Death in Iran of scientists and military related nuclear and missile programs. «Accidents» at nuclear facilities
In recent years, Iran has killed several nuclear physicists and military leaders, had direct relevance to nuclear development. In some cases, Iran has provided false information.
12 Jan 2010 in the Northern suburbs was killed Professor Masoud Ali Mohammadi. 29 November of the same year in different districts of Tehran, was assassinated on nuclear scientists, Majid Shahriari and Fereydoon Abbasi Davani. Shahriari was killed, Fereydoon Abbasi Davani survived and became head of Iran’s nuclear program.
At the end of July 2011 was shot and killed 35-year-old dariusH Rezai. Tehran was quick to say that we are talking about the post-graduate student engaged in research in the field of electronics. Later it turned out that Rezai was a doctor of nuclear physics.
11 Jan 2012 the explosion of the Peugeot 405 in Northern Tehran was killed by 32-year-old Professor at Tehran University of technology, Mustafa Ahmadi Roshan, one of the leaders located in the Natanz plant to enrich uranium.
In all cases, there were «black riders», to use compact bombs and automatic weapons. The Iranian authorities stated that this was a «Mossad agents». But, no «black rider» still has not been arrested.
We also recall that in 2011, there were several explosions at Iranian facilities directly related to nuclear and missile developments. It was reported about the attack on the computers controlling the uranium enrichment process.
11 Dec 2011 an explosion caused extensive damage to the newest steel plant in Yazd. According to the suspicions, it was made of a centrifuge. The importance of the object is evidenced by the fact that it was opened personally by the President of Iran.
At the end of November 2011, an explosion occurred on the Isfahan plant to enrich uranium. Experts are unable to determine the extent of the damage, but concluded that there was «something dramatic». The Western media also quoted a source in Israeli intelligence, who said that the explosion was not accidental.
12 November 2011 at a military facility near the village Bigdane 40 kilometres South-West of Tehran, a powerful explosion, which killed major General Hassan tehrani Moghaddam and twenty officers of the Corps of guards of Islamic revolution. According to the official version, the accident occurred when unloading ammunition, according to others, the tests exploded the Intercontinental missile. In chance of the explosion also can be questioned.
In the summer of 2012, judging by the statements of the head of the atomic energy Agency of Iran, committed acts of sabotage on power lines around nuclear facilities in Fordo and Natanz. It was reported that in the area of Fordo, the Iranian secret services found spy equipment.
In September 2012, the representative of the Iranian leadership has accused the German company Siemens in the deliberate damage of equipment purchased by Iran for nuclear program: at the request of the legislator Alaeddin Boroujerdi, the Iranian experts found in equipment miniature explosive devices.
27 Jan 2013 website WND reported that on January 21 there was an explosion at the Fordo plant. This information is then citing Israeli sources confirmed the British Times. Tehran denied the allegation.
In the fall of 2013 near the town of Karaj was killed the commander of the Iranian forces to conduct cyber warfare, Mojtaba Ahmadi.
In November 2013 in the Eastern district of Tehran, was killed the Deputy industry Minister of Iran, Safdar Rahmat-Abadi. Later, Tehran said that the murder was not connected with the professional activities of the Deputy Minister.