In the video ... the full details of the assassination of the Iranian nuclear scientist Fakhrizadeh

Fakhrizadeh's car and his blood on the ground at the site of the attack.

The Iranian Ministry of Defense announced today, Friday, the killing of the head of the Research and Development Authority of the Iranian Defense Ministry, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, when armed elements targeted his car in which he was traveling in the capital, Tehran.

The official Iranian News Agency "IRNA" quoted the ministry’s statement as saying that Fakhrizadeh was severely injured during the armed clashes that took place between the "terrorists" and his protection team, and was subsequently transferred to the hospital.

In the operation, which took place today, Friday, a car exploded first in the "Gulf" Square in the city of Absard in the Damavand region near the capital, Tehran, while the nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh's vehicle was passing by, and then another element fired at the car of the Iranian nuclear scientist.

The correspondent of the Iranian "Tasnim" news agency, regarding the details of the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, stated that the "terrorist operation" took place on Friday at two thirty.

In this operation, a Nissan truck was first detonated in the Gulf Square in Damavand, near the capital, Tehran, while the martyr Fakhrizadeh's nuclear vehicle was passing by, and then another element fired at the Iranian nuclear scientist's car, which resulted in the wounding of one of Fakhrizadeh's escorts with 4 bullets Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed after he was taken to hospital by helicopter.

"Unfortunately, the efforts of the medical team did not succeed in reviving Mr. Fakhrizadeh, so that this director and the loyal Iranian scientist was promoted a martyr a little while ago, leaving behind him a record full of efforts and sacrifices," the Iranian Ministry of Defense Public Relations announced, this afternoon, in a statement.

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