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the Iranian physicist who was blown up outside his apartment in Teheran on 12 January by a remote-controlled motorcycle bomb? Emerging details of the professor’s scientific and political life have strengthened the accusation by opponents of Iran’s regime that the murder was sponsored by pro-government forces and not by foreign intelligence agencies as Iranian authorities claim It has already been reported that Alimohammadi a theoretical particle physicist at the University of Tehran was one of 240 academics at the institution who had declared their support for Mir Hossein Mousavi the main opponent of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in last year’s election But ScienceInsider has learned that Alimohammadi’s engagement in politics went beyond that On 5 January just a week before he was killed Alimohammadi gave a talk before a student gathering at his university’s physics department in which he encouraged students to press on with the reformist movement without descending into chaos (A recording of the session was posted on YouTube last week here but it has been subsequently removed) Expressing disillusionment with Iran’s current state of affairs Alimohammadi recounted his political activism from 3 decades ago when he participated in the Islamic revolution ScienceInsider learned of the talk from Ali Nayeri an Iranian-born physicist at Chapman University in Orange California who was a freshman at Sharif University in the late ’80s when Alimohammadi was earning a PhD from that institution Alimohammadi starts the talk by noting that fear of reprisals had kept many on campus from attending the event “I too was instructed not to come” he says according to a translation Nayeri says he and many students he has talked to at the University of Tehran believe that Alimohammadi paid a price for his activism “His killing was masterminded by the Islamic Republic” Nayeri alleges “The message to academics is: ‘Don’t meddle in the political sphere’ ” A look at Alimohammadi’s history reveals a man who went from radical Islamist roots to becoming a moderate and a reformist As a college student in the ’80s he was actively involved in the cultural revolution that followed the overthrow of the monarchy in 1979 serving on a university committee that worked on physics education He became the first Iranian student to receive a PhD in physics from an Iranian university? a senior Iranian physicist touted Alimohammadi and the three other students who made up the inaugural class as proof that Iran could produce the next Salam. Nayeri says his last meeting with Alimohammadi—in 1995 at a conference in Port Anzali—offers an insight into the man’s love for his country Nayeri told Alimohammadi then a researcher at the Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics about his plans to go abroad for graduate studies Alimohammadi listened quietly without expression puffing on a cigarette Nayeri finally asked him why he hadn’t moved to the West to pursue a scientific career “He said—because we wanted to show that it was possible to stay in Iran and produce world class papers” Nayeri recalls Written by DEBARATI BASU | Vadodara | Published: December 10 2009 4:12 am Related News The one-room building at Karachiya is used as an anganwadi for the village children between 10 am and 1 pm But before the classes startthe campus acts as a public lavatoryand later in the eveningit becomes a drunkards den and a meeting point for gambling over the night This seems to have become a general practice for the last many years On a visit to one such village in the early hours of the daythe anganwadi had only two childrenwhile outside the same campusa few people played cards This is the scene every day After the anganwadi gets over at 2 pmthe situation becomes worse Last yearan open toilet was constructed for the kidswhich was instead used by the general public Laterwe found the toilet was broken? on Thursday and had also submitted a memorandum with several suggestions pertaining to the farm loan waiver that was promised by the Congress before the polls. as per their area of interest. We want to know if he is buckling under pressure from Congress? three in central and one the northern,000 notes is not only causing inconvenience to people in the country, 2013. Other important conversations from 2015 included the 13 November Paris Attacks, Shah Rukh Khan.

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