Israel’s Mossad spy agency thwarted Iranian attacks on Israeli embassies

Israel’s Mossad spy agency recently thwarted planned or attempted Iranian attacks on Israeli embassies in Europe and elsewhere, Channel 12 reported.

According to the report, the names of the countries where attacks were foiled remain under censorship. However, cooperation with these countries helped to thwart the terror attacks.

“Frustration is growing fast in Iran,” the report said.

Yesterday, The New York Times reported that Israel is responsible for the blast at Iran’s Natanz nuclear site on July 2nd, by means of a “powerful bomb”.

The paper quoted a member of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard terror group as saying that it’s highly likely that someone smuggled a bomb into the facility.

The underground Natanz site, where Iran was developing advanced centrifuges for faster uranium enrichment, was partly burned on Thursday.

Iran threatened that it will retaliate if a foreign country is found to be responsible for the blast.