Relatives of slain Iranian nuclear scientist Darioush Rezaeinejad

mourn over his coffin in Tehran, July 24. He was shot by a passing

motorcyclist near his home.



Kayhan, Islamic Republic of Iran

U.S. and Israel are Killing Iran's Nuclear Scientists


Are the Israeli Mossad and the American CIA killing off Iranian nuclear scientists? With the death of yet another Iranian nuclear scientist near his Tehran home, Iran's human rights chief Javad Larijani is calling for an investigation by the U.N. Human Rights Council.


June 27, 2011


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Darioush Rezaeinejad, who Iran claims was still just a student and had no hand in its nuclear program, was gunned down near his Tehran home.


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TEHRAN: Iran has submitted a letter to the U.N. Human Rights Commission demanding an investigation into the killing of an Iranian scientist last weekend.


Javad Larijani, the secretary general of the High Council of Human Rights, said he blamed the occupying regime of Israel for the assassination of Darioush Rezaeinejad, a 35-year-old graduate student who was gunned down outside his home in Tehran on Saturday.


"The assassination of Mr. Rezaeinejad is a result of the extremely hostile policies being pursued against our nation by the Zionists, the United States and some European governments," Larijani said.


Calling the scientist's death "a crime against humanity," Larijani said he has written to the U.N. High Commission for Human Rights Navi Pillay in Geneva.


Demanding an investigation of the scientist's death, Larijani said, "The U.N. Security Council issues a resolution and makes a list of our scientists. Then some terrorists that receive money from the CIA and the Mossad kill them. This is clearly a game and strong action should be taken against it. Rezaeinejad's only crime was that he was one of the scientific elite. All he did was work for his own country's progress.


"This policy isn't just hostile against to the nation of Iran, but is a crime against humanity," Larijani continued, reminding Pillay of the assassination of other Iranian scientists in recent years, which he said were crimes that were masterminded by the Israeli regime and the United States.



"We have written a letter to Mrs. Navi Pillay to ask her to urgently report this issue to the United Nations. This is why Iranian scientists are martyred by the Zionists and hostile regimes."


According to Larijani, the assassination of scientists is synonymous with targeting the very heart of humanity, which is the right to use science and knowledge.



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Emphasizing that our enemies cannot bear a powerful and advanced Iran, he warned that the blood of our scientists will not be wasted and that the blessing of their blood belongs not only to Iran but to all of humanity.


Larijani also said that the international community should stand against this crime, and he repeated that the U.N. should open to an investigation into why Iranian scientists are being murdered.


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