2020 proved to be extremely heavy on Iran trying to acquire nuclear weapons. This year he lost three very important characters. All three were killed. First, Special Forces Chief General Qasim Sulemani was killed in Baghdad. After this, Abu Mohammad al-Masri became the pawn of Iran leaving Al Qaeda. Nuclear scientist Mohsin Fakhrizadeh was killed on Friday.
On 30 November, the Fars News Agency revealed that Fakhrizadeh was killed by a remote-controlled machine gun. This gun was operating from another car. Iran alleges that the US and Israeli intelligence agencies carried out the killings. However, he has yet to formally say anything about Al Masri. Let’s try to understand the matter here.
Root of controversy
- Iran has been trying to gain atomic strength for nearly 20 years. Western countries, including America, Israel, and the Arab world feel that if Iran makes nuclear weapons, it will threaten the world.
• In 2010, the UN Security Council, the European Union and the United States imposed sanctions to stop Iran.
• Iran was compromised by these powers in 2015. He was relieved by most restrictions.
• In January 2020, US President Trump rescinded the agreement. Imposed strict sanctions on Iran. These continue into the Corona era as well.
Two months ago the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) released a report. It said that Iran currently has 2105 kg of Enrich Uranium. According to international regulations, it cannot exceed 300 kg. Iran claimed that it also had the latest centrifuges that enriched uranium. Enrich uranium is used to make nuclear energy or nuclear weapons. Experts, however, believe that Iran is still far from becoming an atomic force. Because he does not have the rest of the technology.