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How Israel Targets Arab and Muslim Scientists
« on: June 24, 2016, 01:10:44 AM »
When Ali Moustafa Mosharafa died Albert Einstein in a confident tone said, "I cannot believe that Mosharafa is dead, he is alive through his researches. We are in need of his talents, it is a great loss, he was a genius. I used to follow up his researches in atomic energy, definitely he is one of the best scientists in physics. - "He died under mysterious circumstances on Monday, January 15, 1950. Press reports at the time suggested that he was assassinated by one of the Israeli Mossad's operations against prominent Arab scientists. International Scientific circles have never been so deeply moved at the death of an Egyptian scientist as they were at the death of the Egyptian genius Dr. A.M. Mosharafa. It was not surprising for Einstein, the greatest scientist of his time who was personally well acquainted with Dr. Mosharafa's genius and ambitions, to mourn him to the world as a great loss to science asserting that his name and achievements will never be forgotten. "[5]'

A question on Quora was asked titled "Why arabs genius can't be famous and why these genius are killed often if they want to go back to the natal country ?"

Someone that made good points replied with this:

"The killing is suspicious, but the Mossad was responsible for most of the killings, which aren't popular anymore (Killing Arab scientists were very popular during the 20th century, but it became rare in the 21st century).. The reason isn't clear, but mostly because the Israeli regime is constantly seeking to weaken Arab countries on the scientific, technological, and intellectual levels. And the assassination of scientists was particularly nuclear scientists, it was an easy method Israel used to prevent regional countries from acquiring nuclear expertise.

Let me clear this up, I'm not saying this from my hate to them, it's actually pretty much believed by most non-Arabs too.

The reason why scientists leave the Arab world/countries is very obvious, there's not enough support for scientific research and the scientific progress is not even comparable to that of USA in any Arab country (Egypt,and the country that existed 5 years ago called Syria were the best at the science field, yet both are in the worst list globally)

About getting famous, I don't know if you are talking globally or locally.. Locally, it's the same as anywhere else, an actress posting a no-makeup photo in Instagram gets way more attention than a scientific discovery.. But, they recently began giving them some attention locally..

At the end, scientists shouldn't stay in the Arab world, they wouldn't be able to do as much, and even if they did, the country will never benefit because our governments are more concerned about censoring criticism of them on the media than scientific research... On the other hand, they can go to USA or any European country, get funded to do research, invent or discover amazing things and do amazing scientific achievements, win prizes and even Nobel, get back to their homeland, get a tap on the shoulder and "good job", fly back to USA for a better quality of life... Or they can stay and be nothing.


Here are some of the scientists believed to be assassinated by the Mossad:

(1) Egyptian scientist Dr. Yahya Amin al-Mushed, who was the chief of the Iraqi nuclear project;

(2) Egyptian nuclear scientist Dr. Samirah Musa, who was killed in a road accident in the United States in 1952 caused by an unidentified driver;

(3) Egyptian nuclear physicist Dr. Samir Naguib, who was assassinated in Detroit;

(4) Egyptian scientist Dr. Nabil al-Laqeeni;

(5) Palestinian nuclear scientist Nabil Ahmed Fleifel;

(6) Egyptian mathematician and physicist Ali Moustafa Mosharafa Pasha, who was a professor of applied mathematics and who contributed to the development of quantum theory as well as the theory of relativity and corresponded with Albert Einstein;

(7) Egyptian scientist Dr. Gamel Hamdan, who was killed by the Mossad and whose books and publications have all disappeared;

(8 ) Dr. Salwa Habib, who was killed by the Mossad after publishing her book ?The Israeli Influence in Africa? and whose murderer was never apprehended by the Egyptian police;

(9) Egyptian scientist Saeed al-Bodair, who had developed some pioneering theories in the field of microwave technology;

(10) Lebanese physicist Ramal Hassan Ramal, who was one of the 100 best physicists in the world and was dubbed the Edison of the Arabs; and

(11) Lebanese physicist Hasan Kamel al-Sabbah."

I then googled more and found this article published in 2007:

"Iran tops the American list of rogue states. Its decision to harness nuclear energy has made the US attitude to Tehran even more bellicose. If the US had its way, it would have, undoubtedly, struck Iranian nuclear facilities and reduced them to rubble.

But the US is aware of the calamitous ramifications of an Iranian adventure upsetting not only the region but sending its tsunami-like ripples to the regions beyond. So it would be rather safe to forecast that the US will not attack Iran in the immediate future.

Israel, apparently disappointed by the US hesitation to launch a pre-emptive strike against Iran, is showing signs of returning to its policy of assassination to weaken or eliminate its enemies. Israeli intelligence apparatus Mossad reportedly assassinated Ardashir Hassan Baur, one of Iran?s top nuclear scientists, last month. Ardashir, who was instrumental in founding the Nuclear Research Center in Esfahan, was the director of the Center for Nuclear Electromagnetic Studies, the hub of Iranian nuclear activities.

The Sunday Times newspaper said Mossad was the most-likely force behind the assassination. Riza Pahala of the Stratfor, an American private establishment working in the area of espionage, said the Iranian scientist figured high in the Mossad hit list, as he possessed vital information about Iranian nuclear activities besides being the pivot of its nuclear facilities.

Israel has assassinated not only Arab leaders and scientists but Jewish citizens of Egypt and other parts of the Arab world as well. The purpose of killing the Arab Jews was to create a sense of insecurity among the Jewish communities living peacefully in Egypt and elsewhere so that they will immigrate to the Zionist state. Again it was Jewish terrorists, members of the Stern group to be specific, who committed numerous atrocities over a period of time against the British and Arabs, including the assassination of Count Bernadotte, the UN mediator between the Arabs and Jews in September 1948. Eminent Arab and Palestinian personalities such as founding chairman of the Palestine Authority Yasser Arafat and Hamas leader Ahmad Yassin were victims of Israel?s policy of eliminating their enemies or those who they considered to be enemies.

A major function of the Israeli intelligence is obviously to follow the activities of the Arab nuclear scientists and assassinate them with the express goal of depriving the Arab countries of capable scientists. For instance, Egyptian nuclear scientist Dr. Samirah Musa was killed in a road accident in the United States in 1952 caused by an unidentified driver. Israel did not like her because she used to voice deep concerns about the hazards of the increasing Israeli nuclear activities in the Middle East.

She also had, reportedly, invented a simpler method to develop the critical grade nuclear material from metals cheaper than uranium. Again, in 1967 another Egyptian nuclear physicist Dr. Sameer Najib was assassinated in Detroit after he conducted some successful experiments in the military application of nuclear science. Another suspected assassination by the Mossad agents is the mysterious death, in Paris in June 1980, of Dr. Yahya Amin Al-Mushed, chief of the Iraqi nuclear project. He was in France for detailed discussions regarding the French cooperation in the Iraqi nuclear reactor.

In July 1989, some unknown assailants shot Egyptian scientist Saeed Al-Bodair dead at his Alexandria apartment. He had developed some pioneering theories in the field of microwave. These are part of the Zionist scheme to keep the nuclear facilities away from the reach of Arabs and Muslims.

I wonder what would have happened if an Israeli scientist were assassinated by an Arab intelligence agency. All the Arab governments would, no doubt, be described as terrorists and sponsors of terror. The Western governments would, in the most brazen manner, display their hidden racist tendencies to hunt down every Arab. No amount of racist justification can conceal the state-sponsored terrorism practiced by Israel with the tacit approval of the United States.

Now the key question is who will protect the scientists of the Middle East from Israel?s assassination squads."

Why hasn't the Mossad been regarded as a terrorist organization? 

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Re: How Israel Targets Arab and Muslim Scientists
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2016, 09:43:30 PM »
Not only Mossad are terrorists, every country has their own killing squads, would you say that CIA did not do such things?I think they still kill when asked to do so. But , if your scientists are so important, why do they not get protection and even with protection you can get killed. You can not protect yourself against well trained killers even if you had an army .
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