Palestinian academic assassinated in Malaysia worked on UAV
(MENAFN) (MENAFN) Israel-based Ynet reported on Tuesday that the Palestinian academic and engineer, Fadi Al-Batash, who was assassinated in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, was involved in the research and development of unmanned aerial vehicles.
The Zionist regime's Mossad has been accused of the assassination by Al-Batsh"s Family, Hamas, and the Islamic Jihad resistance movements.
Al-Batsh alongside two other researchers has co-written a scientific study entitled "Challenges of Integrating Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Civil Use".
Exploring the challenges of improving (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) UAV's for civilian purposes is what the study, according to Ynet, is examining, including issues associated with engines, steering systems, power units, communications units and image production tools.
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