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Iran's Ongoing Attempt to Set Up a West Bank Terrorist Outpost Exposed


Iran and Hezbollah continue creating mischief throughout the world. Iranians are rioting in the street and being shot down by Iranian security forces, but Iran continues to project terrorism outward. We're not going to ask where they get the funds to continue to finance worldwide terrorism. We will point out that Iran has tried to set up terrorist cells in Judea and Samaria. As long as there is a Jewish state (which we should be supporting) Islamic terrorists will try to tear it down.

From The Investigative Project on Terrorism:

Israeli security forces have uncovered a significant Iranian attempt to infiltrate the West Bank and use it as a base for launching terrorist attacks and hostile intelligence gathering operations against Israel.

The radical Shi'ite axis, led by Iran, has long held the ambition of flooding the West Bank with weapons, terrorist cells, and espionage agents, turning it into an active Iranian terror base.

In recent years, most of those efforts have seen Hizballah, Iran's chief proxy in the region, attempt to create a footprint in the West Bank. Israel has foiled multiple Hizballah attempts to set up terrorist cells among Palestinians, and recruit them for bombings, shootings, and espionage. In one high profile case last year, Shin Bet found that Hizballah's Unit 133, responsible for foreign operations, was operating a social media recruitment program in the West Bank and Israel in hopes of setting up terrorist cells for suicide bombings and gun attacks.

https://www.investigativeproject.org/7205/iran-ongoing-attempt-to-set-up-a-west-bank

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