Tag Archive for Hezbollah Terrorist

US puts top Hezbollah & Hamas leaders on terror blacklist


Two of the Hamas terrorists on the US blacklist had been reluctantly freed by Israel in exchange for captive IDF soldier Gilad Schalit.

By i24news


The United States put three senior members of Hamas, a senior commander and two leaders freed by Israel in exchange for captive soldier Gilad Shalit, on its terror blacklist Tuesday.

The State Department said Yehia Sinwar and Rawhi Mushtaha along with the Palestinian group’s military commander Mohammed Deif had been named “specially designated global terrorists” under US law.

 Deif has been described as Israel’s most wanted man for his role since 2002 as commander of Hamas’ military wing, the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, overseeing attacks in Gaza and Israel.
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Peruvian Police arrest Hezbollah agent planning terrorist attacks on Jews, Israelis

Police in Lima confirmed arrest of man with unconfirmed identity who is suspected of having links to an unnamed “int’l terrorist organization,” after uncovering evidence of military-grade explosive materials in his home.



Authorities in who is suspected of having links to an unnamed “int’l terrorist organization.” have reportedly arrested a Hezbollah member who was allegedly planning to carry out attacks against Israeli and Jewish targets in the South American country, Channel 2 reported Thursday night.


The ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. – Photo: Wikimedia Commons

According to the report, the arrest was made after intelligence information identified targets associated with Israelis and Jews in Peru, including areas popular with Israeli backpackers, the Israeli Embassy in Lima and Jewish community institutions.

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Hezbollah Terrorist Invited by Arab Students to Speak at Tel Aviv University

Both left-&-right wing student groups unite in a campaign effort to prevent a convicted terrorist from his speaking engagement on the Tel Aviv U. campus next week.

By Moshe Cohen


Students at Tel Aviv University are hoping to prevent the appearance of a convicted terrorist at an event organized by Arab students next week. According to Lev Solodkin, head of “The Israelis”, a Zionist activist group on campus, Arab groups have invited Mohammed Cana’ana, who was convicted of planning a terror attack against Israelis, for which he spent several years in prison.

Hezbollah military parade – Reuters

The Arab groups are organizing a “Land Day” event to protest against the establishment of Jewish towns and villages within the 1949 armistice lines that they claim as theirs. Continue Reading »

IDF Investigation Reveals Hezbollah Terrorists Successfully Infiltrated Israel

Investigation into Friday night’s IDF shelling incident on the Lebanese border shows armed terrorists actually penetrated deep into Israel.

By Tova Dvorin


An investigation into Friday night’s skirmishes between Israel and Lebanon – during which an explosive device was detonated on the Lebanese side of the border and the IDF retaliated with shells – has revealed that Hezbollah terrorists succeeded in entering Israel.

Hezbollah fighters on parade – Reuters

Walla! News reported Monday night that several Hezbollah terrorists successfully trespassed over the border into Israel on Friday night, several hundreds of meters south of the “Blue Line.”

The two bombs mentioned in initial reports had exploded very close to three IDF officers, including the deputy company commander on nearby Mount Dov. Continue Reading »

Lebanese official tells EU not to declare Hezbollah terrorist organization

Germany now leads European efforts to place Hezbollah’s military wing on EU terror blacklist following new evidence on the 2012 suicide bombing that killed 5 Israelis in Bulgaria.

The European Union is reassessing whether to declare Hezbollah’s military wing a terrorist organization, a move it has long avoided despite U.S. pressure.

Reenactment of the Burgas bus bombing.

Reenactment of the Burgas bus bombing.- Photo by AP

The move was bolstered by Germany’s policy change after long resisting calls to list Hezbollah for fear it could destabilize Lebanon.

Germany said it was pushed toward declaring Hezbollah a terror group by the 2012 attack in the Black Sea resort of Burgas in Bulgaria. Continue Reading »

Hezbollah terror agent targeted kosher restaurants in Cyprus

A Lebanese with Swedish passport, Hossam Taleb Yaacoub 24, was arrested on attempts to harm Israeli tourists & Jewish targets in Cyprus.

Yaacoub denies the charges, but admits to being a member of Hezbollah.

By Ynet


While Jerusalem and Washington are trying to convince the European Union to add Hezbollah to terror black list, a Cyprus trial might help bring about this change.

NasrallahSix months after the arrest of Hossam Taleb Yaacoub, 24-year-old Lebanese who holds both Lebanese and Swedish passports, Yaacoub has admitted in court to membership in the Hezbollah, and gave information regarding his communications with his handler, the use of code words, and European activities of the Shiite organization, the New York Times reported Wednesday. Continue Reading »

EU rejects declaring Hezbollah a ‘terrorist organization’

EU sources report that if Hezbollah’s involvement in last July’s terrorist attack in Bulgaria is proven, the most the EU will do is consider implementing pinpoint sanctions against it, but the European Union will not call Hezbollah a terrorist organization.

By Dan Lavie, Daniel Siryoti & Israel Hayom Staff


If the required proof implicating Hezbollah in the terrorist attack in Bulgaria last July is provided, then the EU would lean toward implementing pinpoint sanctions against elements involved in the attack, but would refrain from formally declaring Hezbollah a “terrorist organization,” European Union sources said on Sunday.

The scene of the terrorist attack against Israeli tourists in Burgas, Bulgaria, last July.

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