Iranian embassy sites are possible source of retaliation for reported Israeli airstrikes, expert says

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(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) Israeli embassies and major Jewish institutions around the world raised
their levels of alert on Sunday over fears of terror attacks by Iran and
Hezbollah in retaliation for reported Israeli airstrikes on Iranian missiles in
Syria.

The Embassy of Iran in Budapest. “Everywhere there is an Iranian embassy, there
is usually one person, and probably more, directly involved in planning
terrorist activity against Jewish and Israeli targets,” said Brig. Gen. (Res.)
Nitzan Nuriel, the former head of the Israeli National Security Council’s
counter-terrorism bureau. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

“Everywhere there is an Iranian embassy, there is usually one person,
and probably more, directly involved in planning terrorist activity against
Jewish and Israeli targets,” Brig. Gen. (Res.) Nitzan Nuriel, the former head
of the Israeli National Security Council’s counter-terrorism bureau, told Army Radio. “Sometimes it’s under the
cover of a cultural attache or even just a normal staffer, but these people are
tasked with perpetrating terror against Israel and Jews.”

The Israel Defense Forces on Sunday closed off the airspace over
northern Israel to civilian flights, but the airspace was reopened on Monday.
Flights on the Haifa-Eilat route of the Arkia and Israir airlines were
canceled.

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Source: JNS.org

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