Key revelations about former Mossad chief’s assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist and theft of nuclear secrets
In an interview full of revelations, the recently retired head of the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, Yossi Cohen, has revealed the secret operations against Iran.
In an interview with Israeli state television, the former Mossad chief hinted at Mossad’s involvement in the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizada, the founder of Iran’s nuclear program, and the attack on Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility, including stealing Iran’s nuclear secrets.
UC Cohen is thought to have recently retired and been replaced by a new Mossad chief. Cohen, who was appointed head of Israel’s secret service in 2015, revealed in an interview that he had passports from more than 100 countries. Are
In 2018, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu revealed that he had up-to-date and sensitive information about Iran’s nuclear program, obtained by his intelligence agencies, and that the documents showed that Iran was secretly Attempts to build a nuclear weapon have been denied by Iran.
According to the Israeli newspaper, UC Cohen said that the operation was prepared for 2 years and it had 20 Mossad agents, none of whom was an Israeli citizen. The operation was overseen by Mossad chief Neki himself and his agents, who broke into a secret Iranian warehouse, broke into 30 safe houses, obtained documents and managed to send them out of Iran. Was also removed.
In an interview, UC Cohen said in response to a question about the attack on Iran’s Natanz nuclear plant in April this year that he knew the location well enough to take anyone to where the centrifuges were located.
The former Mossad chief also spoke about the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizada, the founder of Iran’s nuclear program, in November last year, which Iran blamed on Israel.
UC Cohen did not deny or acknowledge Mossad’s involvement in the assassination of Mohsin Fakhrizada, but said he had been in our custody for some time and that Mossad was concerned about his scientific knowledge.
According to the interviewee, UC Cohen made it clear that if a person poses a threat to Israeli citizens, he or she will be stopped, but if anyone wants to change their career and endanger us. If not, we can leave it