Alwaght- Israeli regime has assassinated Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh on November 27, 2020, using a robot machine gun equipped with artificial intelligence, the New York Times reported on Saturday.
According to the American daily, the head of the Iranian Defense Ministry’s Organization of Defensive Innovation and Research was killed in an ambush by a Mossad sniper operating from an unidentified location at a far distance using satellite technology. The bullets were fired from a machine gun in a camera-laden pickup truck positioned for his automobile to pass close by.
According to the report, cameras on the weaponized vehicle identified Fakhrizadeh and pinpointed his location within the vehicle, in the driver's seat beside his wife, and transmitted this data back to the operator. Within one minute of the firing of the first shot, the assassination was complete.
The operator fired 15 shots at the scientist, who died in his wife's arms, according to reports.
The targeted killing of the top nuclear scientist has drawn widespread condemnations from many countries.
Tehran has vowed to respond to the assassination of Fakhrizadeh at proper time. Former Iranian President Rouhani said “the Iranian nation and the officials of the country are more courageous and zealous than to leave this criminal act unanswered, and that the relevant officials will respond to the crime in due time.”