Shahid Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan

 

Martyr Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan was a nuclear scientist who worked at a nuclear facility. He is one of the nuclear Martyr.

 


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  • -Biography

    Martyr Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan was born on September 1979 in “Hamedan”. He graduated of “Sharif” University of Technology in the field of chemical engineering.

    Ahmadi Roshan worked at one of the country's main uranium enrichment facilities. He held the position of a deputy director for commercial affairs at “Natanz” nuclear plant in central Iran. Ahmadi Roshan's expertise was in making polymeric membranes for gaseous diffusion, part of the process needed for the enrichment of uranium.

    On January 2012, Ahmadi Roshan was martyred in what is widely seen as a covert war against the Islamic republic's nuclear programme.

     

  • +Martyrdom

    Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan was martyred on 11 January 2012.
    Attackers riding on motorcycles were reported to have attached a magnetic bomb to a Peugeot 405 carrying Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan.
    The blast took place at 8:30am local time in “Shahid Golnabi” st, near the “Ketabi” sq, in area of “Seyed Khandan”. “Reza Qashqai Fard”, Ahmadi Roshan's driver also died after being taken to “Resalat” hospital.
    Ahmadi Roshan's body was buried in “Ali Akbar Shrine” in “chizar", near the body of “Masoud Ali Mohammadi”.
     
  • +Ahmadi Roshan one of the nuclear Martyr

    Explosion that led to the martyrdom of Ahmadi Roshan came on the second anniversary of the killing of “Masoud Ali Mohammadi”, a nuclear scientist blown up outside his home by a remote-control bomb that had been attached to a motorcycle parked on the street.
    Tehran’s deputy governor, “Safar ali Baratloo”, moments after the explosion said: “The same as the one’s previously used.” He framed the bombing as the work of “Zionists”, a reference to Israel.
    In November 2010 “Majid Shahriari”, a nuclear scientist, was mortyred, and “Fereidoon Abbasi Davani”, Iran's current atomic chief, survived an attack by assailants on motorcycles. On July 2011, “Darioush Rezaeinejad, was shot by gunmen riding on motorcycles.
    Shortly after the assassination of a prominent nuclear scientist fingers were pointed at the Israeli “Mossad”, the American “CIA”, and the British “MI6”. 
     
  • +Reactions

    Western officials public endorsement of a covert campaign against Iran’s nuclear programme was evidence of their involvement in the attacks. 
    On day before Assassination, the Israeli general “Benny Gantz” was quoted as telling a parliamentary panel that 2012 would be a "critical year" for Iran, in part because of "things that happen to it unnaturally". 
    Secretary of State, “Hillary Rodham Clinton” said Wednesday that the United States played no role in the killing of an Iranian nuclear scientist and said the U.S. is looking for an international understanding with Iran that ends its uranium enrichment program. Mrs Clinton categorically denied any U.S. involvement in Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan’s death. 
     
  • +Broadcast confessions of killers of nuclear scientists

    The elements involved in the assassinations of the country’s nuclear scientists had been identified and arrested. CCTV in a Tehran street recorded one of the operations, providing clues for intelligence agencies to identify and arrest them.
    The broadcast showed some of them in a documentary film on August 2012. It showed pictures from a military garrison, was a training camp outside “Tel Aviv” in “Israel”. The elements took courses there, including how to place magnetic bombs on cars -the method used in the killing of the scientists- and so on.
    One of the suspects, Behzad Abdoli, said: "I entered Turkey and then was taken to Cyprus by ship. From there, I entered Israel and [then] Tel Aviv ... They [Israelis] said that this group is being supported financially by the US and Israel"
    Another one, Arash Kheradkish, said he received training in attaching magnetic bombs to moving cars.
    In the case "Jamali Fashi" and "Arash Kheradkish" got the highest grades during training in Tel Aviv and were chosen to lead the operations.
    Maziar Ebrahimi, another suspect, said there were three groups involved in the bombings: two on a motorbike, a car driving in front to slow the target car and a third support team waiting nearby to help if necessary.

     



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