Two months after Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu reveled how the Mossad “helped uncover two terrorist attacks – one in Paris, and the other one in Copenhagen, organized by the Iranian secret service,” the EU decided to put a unit of the Iranian Intelligence ministry on its terror list.
By i24NEWS – AFP
The European Union decided to put a unit of the Iranian Intelligence ministry on its terror list for planning to assassination on European soil, the Danish Foreign Ministry and EU diplomats said on Tuesday.
“EU just agreed to enact sanctions against an Iranian Intelligence Service for its assassination plots on European soil. Continue Reading »
Israel’s TVNews 2 reported how the secret Israeli intelligence agency, working with their European counterparts in Belgium, France and Germany, caught the Iranian terrorist cell while carrying explosive devices to attack a conference of Iranian dissidents.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
The Israeli intelligence Agency Mossad foiled an Iranian terrorist attack in Paris, France last month, News 2 reported.
The terrorist cell, headed by an Iranian diplomat based in Vienna, planned to attack a conference of Iranian dissidents that was held in Paris. Thousands of people attended the conference, including US President Donald Trump’s adviser Rudy Giuliani.
According to the news report, Mossad agents, together with their counterparts from Belgium, France and Germany, conducted a hunt that crossed several countries. Continue Reading »
Argentine Media reports say 2 previous bombings, and the death of former Argentine president’s son, were in response to Menem’s decision to strengthen Argentina’s relations with the United States & Israel.
Buenos Aires, Argentina – Former Argentine President Carlos Menem told a federal judge that his son was killed in a terrorist attack by Hezbollah in 1995.
Former Argentine President Carlos Menem. – Photo: REUTERS
Menem, 85, said Friday that it was the third attack on Argentina following the bombings in Buenos Aires of the Israeli Embassy in 1992 and the AMIA Jewish center in 1994.
“During my mandate as president of the nation there were three attacks. Continue Reading »
Israeli ‘lawfare’ NGO Shurat Hadin has a new app that lets Americans turn to their senators directly through Facebook, Whatsapp, and Twitter.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Want to tell your senator to oppose unfreezing $100 billion to Iran? There’s an app for that.
NGO Shurat Hadin has developed an application that allows users to turn to their government representatives directly through Whatspp, Twitter and Facebook. Traditionally, requests to congressman and senators have been made through letters, a slow and unwieldy process.
Shurat Hadin app to Stop billions to Iran’s terror app. Photo: Courtesy
Now, in an effort to lobby the US Congress against releasing money to Iran as part of the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, Shurat Hadin has developed the new application. Continue Reading »