MembersTachles with Aviel – Who else benefits from Raisi’s death?

In connection with the death of the Iranian president, all speculations seem to be possible, except God’s intervention.

By Aviel Schneider | | Topics: Iran
Ebrahim Raisi - Who will be his successor? Photo: Shutterstock
Ebrahim Raisi - Who will be his successor? Photo: Shutterstock

Despite God’s intervention, people will continue to firmly believe that Israel’s Mossad was behind the death of President Ebrahim Raisi, or perhaps it was political rivals of the late Iranian leader. It doesn’t help, people are looking for a real, tangible, but not supernatural assassin. There must be an answer. There must be a “realistic” cause. Divine judgment does not fill this gap. Why not? God did the work, He sent the storm and thereby made the Israeli secret service, the Mossad, even more feared by its enemies. The uncertainty is driving people mad and leading to crazy conspiracy theories. There’s really nothing you can do about it.

So far, there is no official voice in Iran blaming Israel for the helicopter crash that killed Raisi and other top Iranian officials. However, there is a lot of fake news circulating on social networks and even in mainstream media that the Israeli Mossad and the helicopter’s pilot – a “Mr. Eli Kopter” – are behind it.

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