Who is behind the murder of Irans chief nuclear scientist and oil still flies?

 Who is behind the murder of Irans chief nuclear scientist and oil still flies?

On the afternoon of November 27 local time, Mohsen fahrizad, head of the research and Innovation Institute of the Ministry of defense of Iran and chief nuclear scientist, was killed in an attack in the Damavand area of the capital, dehilan. It cant help but remind people of what happened at the beginning of this year. On January 3, the U.S. air raid on Iraqs capital Baghdad International Airport led to the assassination of Sulaimani, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Holy City Brigade. After that, the United States said it was responsible. Then, there was a wave of panic in the Middle East. The US military base in Iraq was bombed and a plane from Iran crashed.

However, no relevant organization or state has taken responsibility for the assassination of fahrizad. Who is behind the scenes? In mid November, the New York Times reported that trump raised the possibility of launching a military attack on Iran during a meeting with his advisers, but was eventually stopped. In the next few days, the United States announced new sanctions against Iranian entities, while Israel attacked Iranian military barracks in Syria. Then there was the assassination. Of course, there is no public evidence to show who is behind the scenes.

After the assassination, Iran vowed revenge, and the Middle East fell into panic again. So, is oil going to fly again?

Six key men were killed in 10 years

According to the information from the news, fahrizad is an important nuclear scientist in Iran and the only Iranian nuclear research and development scientist with public name in the western world. U.S. intelligence agencies call him abd Qadir Khan of Iran, and compares fahrizads role in Irans nuclear research and development process to that of Pakistans chief scholar of nuclear weapons research and development.

Irans response

After the assassination, Iranian foreign minister Zarif tweeted in English, Arabic, Chinese and Russian, saying that terrorists have assassinated another outstanding Iranian scientist. The cowardly assassination is a blatant challenge to international law and rules and a violation of humanitarian and moral principles. It is the responsibility of the international community to stop such acts. In order to maintain regional and world peace and stability, Iran has always been at the forefront of the fight against terrorism. We call on the international community to condemn state terrorism and jointly oppose adventurism, which aggravates regional tensions.

Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said he would thoroughly investigate the incident and severely punish the perpetrators and manipulators. Iranian President Rohani said that Irans defense ministry will strengthen effective deployment to fill this gap, and the Revolutionary Guard has put severe retaliation on the agenda.

Russias satellite network just quoted Tasnim news agency as saying that Irans Islamic parliament passed a bill entitled strategic measures to lift sanctions on the 29th, aiming to revive Irans nuclear program after the assassination of fahrizad, a nuclear scientist. According to the report, the bill envisages increasing the enrichment of uranium to 20% or more. In July 2019, the Iranian government announced that Iran is increasing its enriched uranium production abundance, and will no longer be subject to the upper limit of 3.67% of enriched uranium in Irans comprehensive nuclear agreement.

On January 3 this year, U.S. air strikes at the International Airport in the capital of Iraq, and Sulaimani, commander of the Holy City Brigade of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard, was assassinated. Then the Middle East fell into chaos. Iran quickly launched retaliatory action, and the US base in Iraq was attacked by Iranian missiles. A civilian aircraft from Iran was shot down by a missile. The situation was tense at one time.

Unlike the assassination of suleimani, no one came forward to take responsibility for the killing of fahrizad. So, who is the killer?

International politics is a big trading platform. U.S. Secretary of state pompeio visited Israel on November 19, and inspected the Jewish settlements in the West Bank of Jordan River and the Golan Heights. As an Israeli platform, pompeio became the first example of US Secretary of state. Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria in the third Middle East War (Israel called the Six Day War) in 1967, and then included the Golan Heights in Israel. U.S. President trump recognized the Golan Heights as Israeli territory in 2019. When pompeio visited the local area, he pointed out that the past US presidents had refused to recognize it, but now we can not deny the decision that trump recognizes that the region is part of Israel.

Then on November 26, Israel launched an operation. On that day, Israel attacked a high ground in the quneitra area in the southern Damascus province of Syria from the occupied Golan Heights. The Israeli military said the missile accurately hit an Iranian Arsenal in the target area, causing a large number of casualties. On November 27, fahrizad was assassinated.

After trump was elected, the United States withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement and resumed the practice of comprehensive sanctions against Iran. In Israels eyes, the president is an angel because Israel does not want to give Iran a breathing space. Therefore, they also strongly support Trumps Middle East policy, implement the century agreement and cooperate with trump to suppress Iran.

Its just that it didnt work out. Biden won the US election. He has said that he will help Iran return to Irans nuclear talks. This is what trump does not want to see, because his political legacy will disappear; it is also what Israel particularly does not want to see, because Iran, the enemy, will have another chance to breathe.

How will international oil prices react?

According to the Israeli times, Irans senior nuclear physicist Mukhsin fahrizad was killed in an attack near the capital Tehran on July 27, raising regional tensions. At present, no one has claimed responsibility for the assassination, but there are voices in Iran that the blame for the incident lies with Israel, a close ally of the United States. At present, anti American sentiment is rising in Iran. The Iranian people held demonstrations in the capital of Tehran. Hardliners chanted war on the United States, calling on the government not to engage in any so-called negotiations or surrender, and resolutely fight with the United States to the end.

Analysts believe that in the short term, the rise in oil prices depends on how much Iran is going to make. The medium and long-term trend still depends on the trend of economic fundamentals and the change of supply structure. Judging from the current situation, Iran may choose to be patient and wait for Biden to take office. But it cannot be ruled out that they will act in the Middle East.

Brent crude oil futures rose 7.2% in a single week, while U.S. crude oil futures rose 8%. Previously, AstraZeneca announced that its new crown vaccine was as effective as 90%. Several vaccine manufacturers said that the effectiveness was more than 90%, which stimulated the rise of oil prices. OPEC + is about to hold a meeting, with sources saying that the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, including Russia, are still inclined to postpone plans for oil production growth next year to support the market during the second wave of new outbreak and rising production in Libya. In a long period of time, with the emergence of vaccines, the epidemic situation may be in the dark before dawn. Once the world returns to normal, the economic prospects will be better, and the loose monetary policy can not exit quickly, so there will be some room for oil prices to rise.

Iran holds a state funeral for the killed nuclear scientist_ NB12679

Iran holds state funeral for killed nuclear scientist