Report: Iran's nuclear-arms genius gets back to work

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 30, 2012 10:35

 
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The Iranian scientist considered Tehran's atomic-weapons pioneer until he was sidelined is back at work, according to United Nations investigators and US and Israeli officials, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday night.

Western intelligence agencies have identified Mohsen Fakhrizadeh as the man responsible for Iran's nuclear weapons program. He is reportedly a senior officer in the Islamic state's elite Revolutionary Guards.

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