Iranian nuclear professor assassinated
Jan 11, 2012
In the ongoing effort to goad Iran into attacking first, someone has again assassinated one of Iran's nuclear scientists. He was a university professor.
You can believe that if an American nuclear scientist had been assassinated on the streets of New York, the response would have been immediate, as the government would have called it "an act of war."
The difference is that Iran does not want to start a war. America does, and so does Israel. How long will Iran endure these actions before striking back? Other reports indicate that the current plan is to start a war this Spring some time.
Dr. Stephen Jones