WW3 WARNING: Iran hits out at Israel for scientist murder – ‘This is a really big deal!’

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An Iranian scientist, who is suspected by Israel of being the mastermind behind the country’s nuclear weapons programme, has been killed in an attack in Tehran. The situation has sparked tensions between Iran and Israel, raising World War 3 concerns. Sky News’ Defence correspondent Alistair Bunkall explained why the man had been classified as a “name to remember”.

He said: “I was speaking to a western security source in the last half and hour and they say that if this turns out to be true then this will be a really big deal.

“This man is the best known, the most prominent nuclear scientist in Iran.

“He was the only one personally named in a report into the Iranian nuclear programme.

“He was singled out in 2018 by Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister, as being ‘a name to remember’.”

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Mr Bunkall continued: “He said that ‘this is a name you should remember as a man who was connected with Iran’s attempts to try and develop a nuclear weapon’.

“The assassination took place just outside Tehran, up into the hills where a lot of wealthy Iranians have villas.

“He was in a car with his bodyguards. Witnesses heard an explosion and then there was gunfire.

“He was taken to hospital but they were unable to save his life.”

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