Is This What They Call Payback?


Israeli officials pinned bomb blasts in the capitals of India, Georgia and Thailand on the isolated Iranian regime. In New Delhi on Feb. 13, an assailant reportedly affixed a "sticky" bomb to a car carrying the wife of an Israeli diplomat; it detonated near the Israeli embassy, injuring four. On the same day, in Tbilisi, an attempt to blow up an Israeli-embassy vehicle was foiled. The next day, three explosions in Bangkok injured four and ripped off the legs of a suspected bomber, who Thai police say is Iranian. Officials in all...

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