JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s internal security agency says it has foiled an al-Qaida plan to attack the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv and hit other targets in the country.
Shin Bet said Wednesday it arrested three Palestinians it accuses of plotting to carry out bombings, shootings, kidnappings and other attacks.
It said the men, two from Jerusalem and one from the West Bank, were recruited by an operative based in the Gaza Strip who worked for al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Shin Bet alleges the Palestinians planned on attacking a Jerusalem conference center with firearms and then kill rescue workers with a truck bomb.
It said al-Qaida also planned to send foreign militants to attack the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv on the same day using explosives supplied by the Palestinians.
4 thoughts on “Israel says foils al-Qaida plot on US embassy”
al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri…lol
I smell a false flag….Where’s Zawahiri’s american side-kick adam ghadan…I mean ‘jew’ adam pearlman of ‘al-qaida magazine’ fame?
In other words, the Zionists are getting scared. They know damned well over 100 million armed are watching their every f#$king move. They called off their own hit. The US embassy over there is a joke anyway, everybody in the damn place wears curly sideburns a foot long, and a hats that look like fur balls sitting on top their traitorous heads.
Hey wait! maybe they should have whacked the place! It’s only a giant wailing wall anyway!
HEY! it’s probably the same guys driving around in white exploding vans during 911. These bastards are running out of ideas. PATHETIC! We aren’t falling for it anymore MOFOS!
So they foiled their own plot?