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Israel warns U.S. Jews: Iran could strike here

Posted on: Feb3 2012 | One Comment - Leave A Comment

Israeli facilities in North America — and around the world — are on high alert, according to an internal security document obtained by ABC News that predicted the threat from Iran against Jewish targets will increase.

“We predict that the threat on our sites around the world will increase … on both our guarded sites and ‘soft’ sites,” stated a letter circulated by the head of security for the Consul General for the Mid-Atlantic States. Guarded sites refers to government facilities like embassies and consulates, while ‘soft sites’ means Jewish synagogues, and schools, as well as community centers like the one hit by a terrorist bombing in Buenos Aires in 1994 that killed 85 people.

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One Response to “Israel warns U.S. Jews: Iran could strike here”

  1. Andrew says:

    I think it is inevitable that Israel and the United States of America will attack Iran. Personally, I hope there is no attack. People tend to forget that there are 77 million Iranian civilians who might not appreciate an attack of any kind and therefore may pressure the Iranian government to respond to an attack of which would kill many Israelis … At the end of the day, only civilians will loose.

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