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article imageIran to air confessions of killers of nuclear scientists

Tehran - Iran's Intelligence Ministry has announced that the confessions of the terrorists arrested for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists will soon be broadcast.
Iran's Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi announced “Regarding the detained terrorists tied to the [assassination of] nuclear martyrs, we will soon release portions of [relevant] information through interviews" Press TV reported.
A statement was released which said:
"All the elements involved in the assassinations of the country’s nuclear scientists have been identified and arrested. The arrests we made recently were an extraordinary and special operation that confused the enemy.
The enemy was surprised at how we are grabbing their elements within and outside our borders and a number of their men who were abroad are now at the custody of the Islamic Republic. We will publicize information to an extent that does not damage our intelligence efforts."
RT reported the Intelligence Ministry also revealed that Mossad bases had been detected on the territories of one of Iran's “Western neighbors,” and were used to support and train terrorists. Moshlehi also stated the CIA provided intelligence to a country neighboring Iran, to use against the Islamic Republic.
Iran has laid the finger of blame on Mossad for the spate of killings against Iranian nuclear scientists. Since January 2010 Massoud Ali-Mohammadi, Professor Majid Shahriari, Dariush Rezaiinejad and Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan have been assassinated for their involvement in Iran's nuclear program.
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