Tag Archive for Iranian terrorists

Israel’s Mossad alerts Danes of active Iranian assassination plot in Denmark

Israel’s Mossad security service aids Denmark in foiling an Iranian intelligence service mission to assassinate three anti-Iranian regime leaders, living there in exile.

By David Rosenberg


Israeli intelligence services aided Denmark in foiling a recent assassination attempt by Iranian agents, Israeli media outlets reported Wednesday.

On Tuesday, Denmark announced that it had recalled its ambassador to Iran, after it accused Tehran of plotting to assassinate three Iranian nationals residing in Denmark, AFP reported.

Mossad Emblem

“I have decided to recall Denmark’s ambassador in Tehran for consultations… Denmark can in no way accept that people with ties to Iran’s intelligence service plot attacks against people in Denmark,” Danish Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen was quoted as having told reporters. Continue Reading »

Iranian Diplomat Expelled By Uruguay For Planting Bomb at Israel Embassy

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.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei – Reuters

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.

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Did Argentine President Murder State Prosecutor Nisman to Hide Lucrative Oil Deal With Iran?

State Prosecutor Alberto Nisman had drafted arrest warrants for Argentina’s President & FM before his death, fueling additional speculation of murder from the highest office.

By Ari Soffer


Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman had drafted arrest warrants for Argentina’s president and foreign minister before he died under suspicious circumstances, it was revealed Tuesday.

Murdered Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman (ז”ל)- Photo: Reuters

In a 26-page document – found in the trash at his apartment and revealed by Argentina’s Clarin newspaper – Nisman had written a request for President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and her Foreign Minister Hector Timerman to be arrested on charges of covering up Iran’s involvement in the deadly 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in exchange for lucrative oil deals.
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Argentine President’s Latest Letter: Prosecutor did not commit suicide

In President Cristina Kirchner latest letter, she professes no doubt that Nisman’s death was not a suicide, contrary to her previous claims but goes on to say the Prosecutor’s report was riddled with inaccurate information.

By Ynet


In a strange turn of events, the president of Argentina says the death of prosecutor who tried to pin her with covering up Iran’s role in the deadly bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires in 1994 was not a suicide, saying she had no doubt there was foul play.

President Cristina Kirchner. – Photo: Getty Image

Argentine President Cristina Kirchner took to Twitter to voice her opinion on the death of Alberto Nisman, which many have said she might have played a role in. Continue Reading »

Argentine Prosecutor Who Warned President Over ‘Whitewash’ of Iranian Terrorism Found Dead

State prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who accused Argentine President of trying to hide Iran’s role in 1994 antisemitic terrorist attack, was found dead on day he was due to testify before congressional panel.

Reuters, Associated Press


The Argentine prosecutor who had accused President Cristina Fernandez of burying an Iranian role in the 1994 bombing at the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires has been found dead in his apartment, local media reported on Monday.

Argentine State Prosecutor, Alberto Nisman. – Photo: Reuters

Alberto Nisman, 51, the state prosecutor investigating the 1994 attack that killed 85 people – Argentina’s worst ever bombing – said last Wednesday that Fernandez had opened a secret back channel to a group of Iranians suspected of planting the bomb.

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Argentine prosecutor accuses his President of hampering 1994 Jewish center bombing

Argentina’s state prosecutor accuses President  Fernandez of trying to cover up Iran’s part in the 1994 terrorist bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, where 85 people were killed.

By Reuters & Israel Hayom Staff


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Israel’s Defense Minister: Iranian embassies are terror bases


Israel’s Minister of Defense:  Iranian embassies in 5 South American countries, use their diplomatic mail to smuggle weapons and explosives.

Many of the people who serve in these embassies are intelligence agents & members of the Revolutionary Guard.

By Israel Hayom Staff

Speaking to high school students in Dimona on Tuesday, Defense Minister Moshe (Bogie) Ya’alon laid out his position on Iran.

 Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon thinks Iran is trying to destroy Western culture – Photo: Dudi Vaaknin

“The Iranian regime is a radical Islamic-Shiite regime, whose goal is to defeat Western culture. This is not Iran against Israel. It’s Iran against Western culture,” he said. Continue Reading »

Azerbaijan Police arrests Iranian for planning attack on Israeli embassy


Iran’s Quds Forces operative Hasan Faraji displayed “suspicious behavior” while wandering around Israel’s embassy in Baku.





An Iranian national was arrested in Azerbaijan two weeks ago on the suspicion he was planning an attack on the Israeli embassy in Baku, Channel 10 reported on Wednesday.

Hasan Faraji, a suspected Iranian Quds Forces operative.

Hasan Faraji, a suspected Iranian Quds Forces operative.- Photo: Screenshot Channel 10

Hasan Faraji, 31, was arrested by Azerbaijani police after displaying “suspicious behavior” while wandering around the Israeli embassy in Baku on October 31. Faraji, who resisted arrest, was sentenced to 30 days of administrative detention, according to the APA news agency

According to Channel 10, Faraji is a part of the Iranian Quds Forces, a special unit of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard that, among other roles, is tasked with planning and executing terrorist attacks against Israeli targets overseas. Continue Reading »

Nepal arrests Iranian for planning terror attack on Israeli embassy

Iranian, first detained by Israeli security staff & found to be in possession of a counterfeit Israeli passport, subsequently admits terror plans to local officials.

By Haaretz Staff


An Iranian national carrying a forged Israeli passport was arrested on April 13 by security personnel from the Israeli embassy in the Nepalese capital Katmandu, Channel 2 News reported on Monday.

Nepal chariot festival

Nepal: Israeli security guards spotted suspicious behavior. – Photo: Reuters

According to the report, the man was spotted acting suspiciously outside the Israeli mission in the city. He was detained by Israeli security staff and found to be in possession of a counterfeit Israeli passport. Continue Reading »

Azerbaijan Court Sentenced Iranian Spy to 15 Years

The Baku Court in Azerbaijan sentences an Iranian spy to 15 years in jail for plotting a terror attack on the Israeli embassy in the country.

By Elad Benari, Canada


A court in Azerbaijan on Friday sentenced an alleged Iranian spy to 15 years in jail for plotting an attack on the Israeli embassy in the country, AFP reports.

Iranian citizen Bahram Feyzi, who was arrested by Azerbaijani security forces in March, was sentenced by the Baku Court on Grave Crimes, court officials said.

According to court documents, Feyzi, who was also found guilty of espionage and drug possession, was accused of being an agent of the secret service of neighboring Iran. Continue Reading »

Thai court convicts 2 Iranian terrorists for bomb plot near Israeli embassy

The 2 Iranians were arrested after bomb destroyed their Bangkok apartment less than a km from the Israeli embassy.



Two Iranian men were convicted Thursday of taking part in a botched bomb plot that was exposed last year when an accidental explosion blew apart the Bangkok villa where they were staying.

Bangkok apt - Reuters - Feb 2012

The Bangkok apartment where the bomb exploded. Feb 2012 – Photo: Reuters

Israeli and Thai officials have said the plot was aimed at Israeli diplomats in Bangkok, the capital, though Iran denied the allegations and neither defendant was charged with terrorism or attempting to kill Israelis. Continue Reading »

Argentina-Iran cooperation will continue despite indictment of Iranian officials

The Iranian gov’t agreed to establish a “truth commission” to investigate the attack.

Argentinian prosecutor accused Iran of building clandestine stations from which to sponsor, foster & execute terrorist attacks.

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Argentina will continue to work with Iran to investigate a terror attack despite an indictment that accuses Tehran of terrorist activity in South America, the foreign ministry in Buenos Aires said.

emains of the AMIA after the 1994 AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, Argentina - Photo:  Wikipedia commons

Remains of the AMIA after the 1994 AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, Argentina – Photo: Wikipedia commons

“We will continue to promote the legal way to find and prosecute those responsible for Argentina’s worst ever terrorist attack,” read a foreign ministry statement released over the weekend, referring to the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, in which 85 people died.

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Kenya sends Iranian Terror Plotters to Prison For Life

On Monday a Kenyan court sentenced 2 Iranians to life in prison on terror-related charges, because they planned to attack Israeli businesses.

By David Lev


A Kenyan court on Monday sentenced two Iranians to life in prison on terror-related charges, including the possession of explosives allegedly to be used in bomb attacks. Ahmed Mohammed, 50, and Sayed Mansour, 51, who were arrested last June, were found guilty of possessing 15 kilos (33 pounds) of the powerful explosive RDX, found by police hidden in a hole in a golf course.

terrorists (illustrative) - Reuters

terrorists (illustrative) – Reuters

The two were planning to blow up Israeli-owned businesses and targets, as well as Saudi and US-affiliated targets, Kenyan security officials said. Continue Reading »

Bosnia: 2 Iranian diplomats expelled for violating diplomatic rules

Bosnian Minister of Security declares 2 Iranian embassy secretaries “persona non grata” and must exit country.  

Israeli intelligence officials had tracked  them in Thailand, Georgia & India – all the places where Israeli citizens have been attacked in the past year.



The government of Bosnia ordered two Iranian diplomats to leave the Balkan country by the end of the month because they violated diplomatic protocol.

Police investigate site of blast in Bangkok

Police investigate site of blast in Bangkok – Photo: REUTERS

A Serbian-language paper in Sarajevo, Voice of Serbia, reported on Friday that Bosnia’s Security Ministry sent a request to the Foreign Ministry to expel the second- and third-ranking diplomats at the Iranian Embassy in Sarajevo. Continue Reading »

Report: Hezbollah, Iran joined forces for int’l terrorism

Counter-terrorism study reports Hezbollah-Quds Force threat “eclipsed that of al-Qaida”. Their violence targets Israeli officials & tourists.



BERLIN – The head of the Washington Institute’s Stein Program on Counter-terrorism and Intelligence, Dr. Matthew Levitt, on Wednesday issued a report detailing the intensified and reorganized collaboration between Hezbollah and Iran’s Quds Force to commit terror acts against Western countries and Israel.

Iran revolutionary guardsAccording to the report, “the Hezbollah-Quds Force threat has sometimes eclipsed that of al-Qaida.“ The 17-page study notes that “Iranian decision-makers settled on a campaign of violence based on a three-tiered threat stream targeting the following: Israeli tourists, government figures (diplomats, retired officials), and targets broadly representative of Israel or the Jewish community (community leaders, prominent Israeli companies).”

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