Evidence that Iran was involved in bomb plots against Israeli embassies earlier in the year has emerged from a multinational probe, The Guardian
In February, Israel envoys were the targets of planned terror attacks in India, Thailand and Georgia.
According to the report, local Indian agencies informed ministers that a bomb attack in New Dehli, which injured the wife of the Israeli embassy's chief security officer, was orchestrated by a an Iranian "security entity." The Guardian
stated that European intelligence officials had told the newspaper that "they now found in difficult to judge Tehran's 'risk calculus.'"
According to the report, a combination of police evidence, witness statements and court documents seen by The Guardian
indicates that the three attacks were, "conducted by a well coordinated network of about a dozen Iranians and prepared over at least 10 months."
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