Iran believes Israel has poisoned scientists’ food amid nuclear tensions

According to a report, Iran believes that Israel poisoned two scientists to death in their food while tensions are rising between the two countries over Tehran’s nuclear ambitions. I

Geologist Kamran Agamulai and aeronautical engineer Ayub Antizari died within days of attending dinner parties in cities about 400 miles apart. The New York Times reported on Monday.

His relationship with the government and his involvement in Iran’s nuclear program, as well as the circumstances of his death, remain the same. I

The Times reported, citing Israeli and Iranian media, that Agamoulai worked at Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility, but friends claimed he was employed by a private geological research company.

The report said Entezari worked on projects related to missiles and aircraft turbines for a government aerospace center in Yazd.

Both graduated from top universities and were declared healthy and athletic before falling ill and being taken to intensive care units at local hospitals.

Iran also believes that Israel killed geologist Kamran Agamullai.
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Antizari Yazd, 35, began suffering from food poisoning after attending a dinner and died on May 31. The host of the dinner party has been missing since then and authorities are searching for him.

Agamulai, 31, had just returned to Tehran from a business trip to Tabriz when he fell ill with severe nausea and diarrhea, which worsened until his limbs became paralyzed and he died on June 2.

Entezari and Aghamolaei’s deaths follow a series of mysterious Iranian deaths – including that of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Colonel Hassan Syed Khudai, who was shot dead by motorcyclists on May 22. According to the Times of Israel.

A view of the Natanz uranium enrichment facility, 155 miles south of the Iranian capital, Tehran.
The Natanz uranium enrichment facility is located 155 miles south of the Iranian capital, Tehran.
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Khudai was allegedly involved in killings and kidnappings outside Iran and targeted Israelis.

Two Revolutionary Guards Air Force officers involved in developing weapons for Hezbollah in Lebanon were also killed over the weekend. The Jerusalem Post reported. Tuesday.

Iranian officials said in a statement that Mohammad Abdus and Ali Kamani were killed in separate accidents, but the Saudi-backed shop Iran International The Israeli report said it disagreed.

Iranian officials said in a statement that Mohammad Abdus and Ali Kamani were killed in separate accidents.
Iranian officials said in a statement that Mohammad Abdus and Ali Kamani were killed in separate accidents.
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Israel is adamant about preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons and has called on the international community to keep up pressure on Tehran.

But Iran has stepped up its uranium enrichment since former President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of a nuclear deal reached in 2015 between Iran and five other world powers: Russia, China, France, Germany and Britain. ۔

Talks between Iranian and Biden administration officials to restore the deal have stalled.