The Telegraph and several other Western news sources are reporting that the head of Iran’s cyberwar program was killed in an assassination that has all the hallmarks of a Mossad operation. According to these reports, eyewitnesses and a local police commander have confirmed that Mojtaba Ahmadi was killed by assailants driving motorcycles. The same modus operandi was used in the killing of several prominent scientists involved in Iran’s nuclear program. Israeli’s intelligence service, Mossad, has generally been held responsible, including by US officials, for the killing of five Iranian nuclear scientists between 2007 and 2012. Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have confirmed that Ahmadi’s corpse was found Tuesday in a wooded area near Karaj, a city twenty kilometers northwest of Teheran. He had been shot two times.