Counter-terrorism Bureau warns tourists of possible attacks

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February 17, 2012 12:46

 
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It appears as though Iran and Hezbollah are currently trying to carry out attacks on Israeli and Jewish targets abroad, Israel's Counter-terrorism Bureau warned Friday.

The Bureau said it drew these conclusions, "in light of the findings emerging from the questioning of detainees," arrested in relation to the recent attacks.

The Bureau called on Israelis abroad to be alert, to avoid taking suspicious objects from strangers, and to be responsive to local security guidelines.

The warning followed an earlier report in The Bangkok Post, stating that Thailand had bolstered security at its six international airports after Israeli intelligence warned that the country may be the target for new terror attacks.

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