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Martyrdom of Iran’s nuclear physicists

Compiled By: Syed Ali Shahbaz
On November 28, 2010 AD, Iran’s nuclear physicists, Dr. Majid Shahriari, and Dr. Fereydoun Abbasi, were the targets of two separate terrorist attacks in which Dr. Abbasi was wounded, while Dr. Shahriari attained martyrdom. Martyr Shahriari was born in Zanjan in 1966 and completed his PhD in nuclear engineering at Tehran’s Amir Kabir University. Following the opening of the Nuclear Engineering Faculty at Martyr Beheshti University in 2006, he joined its academic board. One of his most important designs was related to development of a new generation of nuclear reactors, which was widely reflected throughout the world’s scientific centers. The US and Zionist agents are the evil brains behind such cowardly acts of terrorism, in a bid to sabotage Iran’s peaceful nuclear plans.
On January 10, 2011, senior official of the Natanz nuclear site in Iran, Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, was martyred in Tehran by agents of the US and the illegal Zionist entity at the relatively young age of 33. A post-graduate in chemical engineering, he was studying for PhD, and had to his credit several excellent scientific articles published in Persian and English. He was targeted along with Reza Qashqai, while leaving his house. The Leader of Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, in a message of condolences on the martyrdom of this brilliant young scientist, referred to Iran's astounding scientific progress, and emphasized: "This is a historical movement, which has its roots in the indomitable resolve of the Iranian nation. We will strongly and resolutely continue this path."
On December 3, 2011 AD, Iranian defence experts brought down intact in eastern Iran through cyber control, a US spy drone RQ-170, which violated Iranian space from American-occupied Afghanistan. These drones are one of the most modern types of pilotless aircraft of the US army, designed to evade radars. The ultra-modern RQ-170 drones are equipped with an automatic pilot system designed to make them automatically explode in case of severance of links with their base operator. Thus, by gaining control of this radar-evasive drone, the Islamic Republic of Iran showed its ability in cyber warfare to the confusion of US military experts and officials. Iranian experts decoded this advanced drone and gained access to confidential data and the technology behind its production.

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