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Israel accuses Iran of building up international terror cells


Israel accuses Iran of building up international terror cells

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps is building a complex terror infrastructure including sleeping cells that are stockpiling armsand are ready to act on order including in Europe and America, says Israeli defence minister

Israel's Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon
Israel’s Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon.

By Inna Lazareva in Tel Aviv
9:01PM GMT 24 Feb 2016

 

Israel’s defence minister has accused Iran of building an international terror network that includes “sleeper cells” that are stockpiling arms, intelligence and operatives in order to strike on command in places including Europe and the US.

“The Iranian regime through the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is building a complex terror infrastructure including sleeping cells that are stockpiling arms, intelligence and operatives and are ready to act on order including in Europe and America,” Moshe Yaalon said on Wednesday following talks with his Cypriot counterpart in Nicosia.

Referring to Iran as the anchor of a “dangerous axis” which also included Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Sanaa and other cities in the region, Mr Yaalon said that attempts to establish such networks have been thwarted by Cypriot authorities in the past.

In June 2015, a Lebanese-Canadian Hizbollah member was jailed for six years after he pleaded guilty to stockpiling nine tonnes of the ammonium nitrate compound used for explosives in order to attack Israeli targets abroad, the Lebanon Daily Star reported.

In 2012, Cypriot authorities also arrested a dual Swedish-Lebanese citizen and Hizbollah operative for participating in a plot to attack Israeli tourists.

Mr Yaalon’s statement comes as Iran’s ambassador to Lebanon announced that Tehran will support the recent spate of violent protests and attacks in Israel by paying thousands of dollars to families of the Palestinians killed in the violence.

“The decision firstly includes giving an amount worth $7,000 to every family of a martyr of the intifada in Jerusalem,” Ambassador Mohammad Fathali said in Beirut, Reuters reported. $30,000 will be paid to every Palestinian family whose house has been demolished as a result of the violence, the ambassador added.

On Wednesday, an Israeli reservist soldier was killed after he was struck by stray bullets fired by the IDF at a Palestinian who was trying to stab the soldier, preliminary reports by the Israeli police stated.

 

 

6 thoughts on “Israel accuses Iran of building up international terror cells

    • With Russia’s presence in Syria there is no need for Iran to send Hezbollah there. Only Russia can convince them to remove themselves. Whether that will succeed is another question. If the Sunni terrorists were not funded and aided in Syria by the Gulf states and their Western allies there would been no need for Assad to align himself with Iran. Assad had no choice. He was invaded by foreign Wahhabi elements and no one came to his help. However, since Europe has sanctioned Russia the question is whether they have the resources to continue any lengthy interventions in Syria to prevent WW3.
      Muslim jihad is always complex. That’s why the kafir nations should never get entangled. They make things much worse and help spread the problems. Just isolate the Muslims and close them off from spreading everywhere.

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      • Thanks Admin.

        “Just isolate the Muslims and close them off from spreading everywhere”.

        Pity the west hasn’t seen this since the fall of the Shah. Execution of Khohmeini rather than exile could have prevented the rise of ISLAM? Back in the ’70’s not only Iran but the rest of the middle east apart from backward Wahhabi nations were moving towards secularism. This in my view opened the flood gates.

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      • @ Ericka (I’m using the Reply link for ADMIN’s piece, ’cause there’s no link provided under your reply. Probably ’cause of that ridiculous reply-reply-reply-reply-reply-reply-reply-reply-reply-reply-reply-re… thing involving DECEPTION-MESS a few days ago.)
        Your “Back in the 70s… ” remark is a very good and very poignant observation. Yeah, the Shah’s monarchy was a f__ked up authoritarian regime but did people’s lives get better after Khomeini established the Iranian theocracy? F__k No!! Well, life got better for the Islamidiots, of course – but not for Joe-Persian/Jane-Persian, just trying to LIVE his/her life. (We’ve already spoken in-depth about the whole Persian-not-Arab thing so I won’t bother taking up space with that here)

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