Ayalon: All evidence in Burgas terror attack points to Iran

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July 19, 2012 10:33

 
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Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said Thursday that all of the evidence points to Iran as the one behind the terror attack on Israeli tourists in Burgas Wednesday. 

"We are aware of their tactics, their infrastructure and most of all their insistence on killing Israelis," Ayalon said in a Facebook post.

He said it was important for the world to "denounce and isolate Iran" so that Iranians will be unable to travel the world.


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