ISRAEL: FAILED ATTACK IN HAIFA ‘WORK OF HEZBOLLAH

ISRAEL: FAILED ATTACK IN HAIFA ‘WORK OF HEZBOLLAH’, PRESS
(ANSAmed) – TEL AVIV, MARCH 23 – Lebanese Hezbollah could be behind Saturday night’s failed terrorist attack in the Lev ha-Mifratz Mall in Haifa, where a technical defect in a powerful car-bomb caused only a partial explosion, and did not cause any casualties, reported Israeli daily, Haaretz, citing distinguished sources from the Palestinian National Authority. According to these sources, Shiites have been trying to recruit al-Fatah, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad militants in the West Bank for some time in order to perform a large terrorist attack in retaliation for the murder of Hezbollah military commander Imad Mughniyeh one year ago in Damascus. The Israeli authorities, meanwhile, have been highly secretive regarding their investigations into the matter. According to police, the automobile used for the attack was stolen in Jerusalem and the licence plate was later changed. Some 100kg of explosives were then hidden inside of the car, which the attackers parked next to a wall outside a theatre in an attempt to cause the entire building to collapse and bury the spectators in the rubble. “The power of the blast should have equalled that of 10-15 suicide bombers”, said a bomb-disposal expert from the police. Yesterday Premier Ehud Olmert said that the attack was carried out by a well-established organisation, probably with aid in the West Bank, referring to Hamas. An Hamas leader, Ayman Taha, replied that he does not know who organised the attack, which, he specified, “should be hailed as an heroic operation”. (ANSAmed).

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