It’s Dangerous to be a Nuclear Scientist in Iran


The news of a rash of explosions in Iran over the last two years has been just plain interesting. Shockingly interesting.

Most recently, Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, a chemical engineer at a uranium enrichment facility, was killed by a car bomb Jan. 11 in downtown Tehran. This killing is the latest in a string of bombings dating back to January 2010 in which four people linked to Iran’s nuclear weapons development have been murdered. Iran was quick to implicate the US and the CIA.

These bombings can be seen in a new light when one learns of the explosions in recent weeks at two Iranian nuclear facilities.

The links above are all from Israeli Internet sources. While there is no proof of Israeli involvement in any of the explosions, the open secret everyone knows is Israel’s desire to see Iran and its nuclear dreams crippled, destroyed, annihilated.

Undoubtedly, Israeli spies are working inside Iran’s borders. Everyone knows it. Denying it is the worst kept open lie in espionage. In fact, if Israel didn’t have spies lurking and working inside Iran, the rest of the world would be disappointed.

The issue of Iran and nuclear weapons is soon going to come to a flashpoint. Israel, the US and the rest of the world will be brought into this conflict. But then again, everyone knows the open lie that we already are involved.

 

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About Christopher Metcalf - Author

Christopher Metcalf is the author of Lance Priest / Preacher novels. Lance "Preacher" Priest is a spy, a killer, a human chameleon. He is the CIA's perfect weapon who lives by one simple rule -- there are no rules. Spies and Lies is a blog dedicated to espionage, the art and science of lying and occasional creative writing. www.christophermetcalf.com
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