Hezbollah weapons stockpiles in europe

Mossad unveils secret Hezbollah terror network across Europe

Over the course of the past three and a half years, Israel’s Intelligence Agency, Mossad, has provided information that has led to the discovery of weapons stockpiles belonging to the Iranian-proxy Hezbollah across Europe.

According to a report that was published on the Israeli Yedioth Ahronoth daily, “the largest (weapons) stockpile, three tons of raw materials for the manufacturing bombs, was discovered in several warehouses in northwestern London.”

According to the author of the report, Ronen Bergman, who has known ties with senior Mossad officials, the multiple weapons caches that were unveiled were not limited to Europe, as “Additional stockpiles were discovered in Thailand, Cyprus and other countries.”

The reported involvement of Israel’s intelligence agency in unveiling Hezbollah’s malign activities across Europe comes just two days after the British Daily Telegraph reported that on the 30th of September, 2015, a short time after Britain played an active and supporting role in the nuclear agreement with Iran, the London Metropolitan Police raided four houses and warehouses in northwestern London, where they found three tons of ammonium nitrate, a raw material that is used to build bombs similar to the one that was used to blow up the U.S. federal building in Oklahoma City – a deadly terror attack that claimed the lives of 168 people.

According to the report, the information about that police operation was provided to British authorities by a third party, which the Israeli media report attributed to the Mossad. The Israeli Intelligence Agency informed the British authorities that members of Hezbollah‘s foreign operations unit were in the process of establishing stockpiles in various locations across the United Kingdom – information that led to an undercover operation by the British intelligence branch MI-5 and the London Metropolitan Police, an operation that culminated in the raids. The 2915 raid was deemed so very severe that Theresa May, who was the British home secretary at the time, and Prime Minister David Cameron, were informed about the operation in real time.

According to an Israeli intelligence official “Hezbollah is preparing itself for a situation in which it is going to want to go on a revenge spree, either because of (future) events between Israel and Lebanon or (potentially) because of an attack on nuclear sites in Iran.”

It is important to note that according to informed sources, “additional stockpiles were discovered (by the Mossad) in other locations across Europe,” and while Hezbollah had tried to establish a similar stockpile in the United States – it failed to do so.”