NYT says Trump intends to strike Iran before he leaves office and now a nuclear scientist is murdered in Teheran by gunmen – is America waiting for a response from Iran?
The fight between Iran and Donald Trump is not over. Not yet. Trump is still in office, and the New York Times says he plans to attack Iran before he leaves.
Though it sounds like a game for Trump, or for the NYT, an attack against Iran is a serious matter and it could have damaging consequences.
We believe the NYT should have been more forthcoming in its accusations against Trump on the Iran issue.
It cites sources and we know what Trump says about ‘sources’.
Nevertheless, an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities will be bad for the people of Iran, for the environment and will create bigger tensions in the Middle East.
Does Trump really want to create such a mess?
Yesterday, unknown gunmen killed an Iranian scientist in Iran, near Teheran.
They gunned him down and he died at the hospital. Iran says the assassination against Mohsen Fakhrizadeh is a terrorist act.
The number of Iranian scientists killed is rising. Between 2010 and 2012, four Iranian nuclear scientists were assassinated.
One was wounded in an assassination attempt.
Iranian Judiciary says it is still tracking down culprits involved in Qasem Soleimani killing.
On January 3, U.S. President Donald Trump ordered drone strikes that martyred General Soleimani, chief of the IRGC Quds Force.
Iran did not respond to the killing of its top general and is also silent on the killing of its nuclear scientists.SHOW LESS
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