IDF ups security overseas amid intel on Iran attack plans

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May 11, 2012 01:39

 
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The IDF has significantly boosted security for senior officers and official military delegations traveling overseas in recent months, amid intelligence that Iran and Hezbollah are plotting attacks against such targets, a senior IDF officer revealed on Thursday.

News of the increase in security comes following a recent wave of attempted bombing attacks that Iran and Hezbollah are believed to have tried to carry out in Thailand, Georgia, India and Azerbaijan. All of the plots were foiled except a bombing in New Delhi that injured the wife of a Defense Ministry official stationed in the Israeli Embassy.

“The threat has significantly increased over the past half-a-year,” the senior officer said. “There seems to be – as recent attempts have shown – an increase in motivation to carry out such an attack.”

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