Published on Jul 23, 2012 by PressTVGlobalNews
A bomb attack on an Israeli tourist bus in Bulgaria, which killed at least six people and injured 33 more, may have just provided a perfect excuse for Israel to launch its disastrous military attack on Iran. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu immediately blamed Iran without any evidence and said Iran was responsible for the terror attack in Bulgaria. Netanyahu also stated the Tel Aviv regime will have a strong response against Iran. There is no evidence that Iran was involved in this attack. However, Israel has been threatening for many months to attack Iran.
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- Obama Backs Israel as Netanyahu Blames Iran for Burgas Blast (newsworldwide.wordpress.com)
- Israeli prime minister blames Iran for Bulgaria bomb (english.ruvr.ru)
- Iranian bomb in Bulgaria: Cui Bono? (alethonews.wordpress.com)
- Israel faces Iranian ‘global wave of terror’: Barak (dailystar.com.lb)
- Links to attack on Israelis in Bulgaria ‘ridiculous,’ Iran TV says (foxnews.com)
- Iran blamed for Bulgaria bus attack on Israelis (thejc.com)
- Bulgaria Blast: US Points Fingers at Hezbollah While Israel Threatens Iran (ibtimes.com)
- Israel vows to strike back at Iran (cbsnews.com)