Murder, they wrote: Iran's web of terror

Lief, L.
December 1991
U.S. News & World Report;12/16/91, Vol. 111 Issue 25, p67
Presents the story of the murder last August of former Iranian Prime Minister Shapur Bakhtiar by Iranian government agents. The murder suggests that to pacify the hard-line critics within his government, President Hashemi Rafsanjani seems willingto condone the use of terrorism and murder against opponents of the regime. The plot; Assassin, Ali Rad Vakili; Alleged murderer, Mohammed Azadi; How Feyredoun Boyerahmadi was involved; More.


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