Israeli occupation Mossad assassinated on Saturday at dawn the young Palestinian scholar Fadi al-Batch, while he was heading to perform the Dawn Prayer in a nearby mosque in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian Police Commander Dato Siri said that two armed men opened shot ten bullets from a very close distance at Al-Batch, noting one directly penetrated his head and left him dead.
People, who attended the dawn prayer, described that the two men had white bodies and blond hair and stayed a while near the mosque checking all the worshipers.
Al-Batch, 35, from the northern Gaza city of Jabalia, obtained his PhD in electronic engineers and has been lecturing in a private Malaysian university. He left a widow and three orphans.
Before he was assassinated, he obtained several awards and patents for developing technical sets and minerals that generates electricity.
Malaysian sources said that he contributed to the development of Malaysian electricity sector alone by up to 17 per cent.
He participated numerous scientific conferences in Japan, UK, Finland and other countries and he was chosen to chair a conference within the coming days in Turkey.
Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman claimed Al-Batch of developing Hamas’ drones. This was considered by analysts along with his family an official Israeli recognition of carrying out the assassination.