Iran Will Become Even More Radical in Face Of Nuclear Scientist’s Death

Iran Will Become Even More Radical in Face Of Nuclear Scientist's Death

( – On November 27, Iran’s top nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was assassinated east of Tehran while traveling in a vehicle. Now, the country seems to be trying to become even more radical in the wake of his death.

On December 1, The Guardian reported Iran’s foreign ministry disowned a bill that the parliament passed. The legislation would increase the amount of uranium the country is enriching to get closer to what it needs for a nuclear weapon. It would also suspend UN inspections if oil and banking sanctions aren’t lifted.

The bill was reportedly passed as retaliation for the killing of Fakhrizadeh.

Iran believes Israel killed the scientist by using a remote-controlled machine gun. The country has vowed revenge against the US ally. Iran’s declarations of retaliation make keeping nuclear weapons away from them more important than ever.

Israel has not commented on the scientist’s death.

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