-March 2012 – Once again, Azerbaijan: 22 people – all of them Azerbaijani citizens, all trained in Iran – were arrested by security services in Azerbaijan who said they were hired by Iran to carry out terrorist attacks against the United States and Israeli embassies among others. [Report]
-April 2012 – Indians deport an Iranian suspected terrorist: Indian Special Branch police found and deported an Iranian national spying on visiting Israelis and on Jewish institutions. He turned out to be a member of the Iranian intelligence service. [Report]
-May 2012 – Turkey foils imminent terrorist threat by Iranians: The Israeli Mossad gave its Turkish counterparts information on an Iranian effort to attack Israelis. The Turks then acted effectively behind the scenes to thwart the plot. [Report]
-June 2012 – Iranians plot attack on Israelis in Kenya: Two Iranian men led Kenyan police to a 33-pound stash of explosives and admitted they were plotting to attack U.S. and Israeli and other targets. [Report]
-July 2012 – Cyprus plot: A Swedish/Lebanese national was arrested by Cyprus police for planning attacks against Israeli tourists. [We blogged about his arrest here.] After police interrogation, he admitted to being a member of Hezbollah and the head of a terror cell.
-July 2012 – Thursday’s bombing of a tourist bus in Bulgaria: U.S. officials quoted in the New York Times said the man who bombed a bus full of Israelis on Thursday [we reported it here] was a member of a Hezbollah terror cell, corroborating Israel’s assertions. [Report]
About the Author: Frimet and Arnold Roth began writing and speaking publicly soon after the murder of their fifteen year-old daughter Malki Z"L in the Jerusalem Sbarro massacre, August 9, 2001 (Chaf Av, 5761). They have both been, and are, frequently interviewed for radio, television and the print media, including CNN, BBC, New York Times, Washington Post, Al-Jazeera, and others. Their blog This Ongoing War deals with the under-appreciated price of living in a society afflicted by terrorism which, they contend, means the entire world. Frimet is a native of Queens, NY while her husband was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. They brought their family to settle in Jerusalem in 1988. They co-founded the Malki Foundation in 2001 and are deeply involved in its work as volunteers. They can be reached at email@example.com .The author's opinion does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Jewish Press.
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