Previously unreported, Uruguay kicked out senior Iranian diplomat 2 weeks ago for planting dummy bomb at the Israeli embassy, in likely prep for future terrorist attack.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Uruguay has expelled a senior Iranian diplomat over last month’s planting of a dummy bomb near Israel’s embassy in Montevideo, Haaretz reported on Friday.
Citing an unidentified “senior official in Jerusalem,” it said the diplomat was expelled two weeks ago, and although Uruguayan officials briefed Israel on the move they made no public announcement, reports AFP.
“Investigations carried out by Uruguay’s intelligence services after the discovery of the device yielded information pointing to a possible involvement of someone at the Iranian embassy,” the report revealed.