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WASHINGTON – It appears that a shadow war over Iran’s nuclear program – thought by the West to be a cover for developing nuclear weapons – already is under way, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

A car bomb recently killed Iranian nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan in Tehran – and his death was just the latest in a series of such assassinations in recent years.

An Israeli scientist, Eli Ollaz, became a victim only weeks ago.

Now a previously unknown group, Brigades of Martyr General Hassan Tehrani Moghadam, has claimed credit for the killing the killing of Ollaz in December in his home in Tel Aviv.

The brigade is named for Moghadam who was killed last November in an explosion at the Iranian Alghadir missile base at Bid Ganeh.

Moghadam was considered the father of the Iranian missile.

In addition to Moghadam, some 17 other people were killed by the bomb blast which Iranian authorities blamed on Israeli and U.S. officials.

Roshan’s killing was the fourth such fatal attack on key Iranian individuals. Previously two Iranian nuclear scientists and a missile expert died.

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