Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Mossad Cleared Of Killing Iranian Scientist--By Iran

After Stratfor reported that the Mossad killed a senior nuclear physicist who was part of Iran's nuclear program, now Iran has come out to say that the Mossad didn't--and couldn't--have anything to do with the death of Ardashir Hosseinpour.

Why not?
Because, according to Iran, the Mossad is incompetent.
None of the Iranian nuclear scientists have been assassinated by Moussad because the Israeli intelligence agency is basically incapable of running operations inside Iran, an informed source said here in Tehran on Sunday.

Following a report released by the weekly 'Sunday Times' about assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist called Ardeshir Hossein-pour by Israel's Moussad, an informed source told FNA that Hossein-pour, a Shiraz University professor, was in no way connected to Iran's Uranium Conversion Facility (UCF) in Isfahan and that he had been suffocated by fumes from a faulty gas fire in sleep.
How do you say "diss" in Persian?
The source also pointed out that Moussad is even incapable of solving the international crisis of the Zionist regime, saying, "If Moussad was capable of doing great things, it should have solved the domestic crisis of Israel."
But don't worry, Iran has only the best of intentions--even if they do want to wipe Israel off the map.
The informed source also stressed, "Iran's nuclear scientists are continuing their efforts to master civilian nuclear technology for peaceful purposes."

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1 comment:

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Moussad? Now it is a new one.

But faulty gas fire is a good reason. Hope they have enough gas...