Jan 12, 2022, 4:47 AM
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Iran: Assassination of nuclear scientists not to remain unpunished

Tehran, IRNA – Iranian Judiciary Deputy Chief for International Affairs said that the criminal act of assassinating nuclear scientists is obvious breaching of human rights and will not remain unpunished.

Kazem Gharibabadi, also secretary of Human Rights Headquarters, made the remarks on his Twitter account and on the occasion of the 10th martyrdom anniversary of Iran's nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan.

"Today is the 10th martyrdom anniversary of one of the prides of "my country, Dr. Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan, a scientist who spent tremendous efforts aimed at making the peaceful nuclear sciences and indigenous technology in Iran".

“He was a restless, pious scientist and the criminal act of assassinating the nuclear scientists, which is obvious breaching of the human rights will no remain unpunished," he added.

Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan (8 September 1979 – 11 January 2012) was an Iranian nuclear scientist who was assassinated in 2012. He was also deputy of commerce at the Natanz nuclear power plant.

Ahmadi Roshan, was born on 8 September 1979 in the village of Sangestan in Hamedan province. He studied polymer engineering at the Sharif University of Technology, and had published several ISI articles in English and Persian by the time he was 32 years old.


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