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Israel knew in advance about London bombs

*** Israel knew that London was about to be attacked. They managed to make sure their finance minister in London today was safe, but not the British people. Nobody benefits more than Israel when Islamic extremists are blamed for killing innocent civilians. Muslims obviously do not benefit, it harms their reputation. One of the bombs exploded in am area famous as an Arab and Muslim district, Edgeware Road. The Israeli regime does not want to be alone in their fight against Arabs and Muslims. Muslims do not benefit from terrorism blamed on Islamic extremists. ***

Israel Was Warned Ahead of First Blast

Army Radio quoting unconfirmed reliable sources reported a short time ago that Scotland Yard had intelligence warnings of the attacks a short time before they occurred.

The Israeli Embassy in London was notified in advance, resulting in Finance Minister Binyamin Netanyahu remaining in his hotel room rather than make his way to the hotel adjacent to the site of the first explosion, a Liverpool Street train station, where he was to address and economic summit.

At present, train and bus service in London have been suspended following the series of attacks. No terrorist organization has claimed responsibility at this time.

Israeli officials stress the advanced Scotland Yard warning does not in any way indicate Israel was the target in the series of apparent terror attacks.


Israel National News, "Report: Israel Was Warned Ahead of First Blast", 7 July 2005.


The Insider, "Israeli intelligence agents watched and filmed 9/11 attacks", 19 February 2004.

The Insider, "Israeli agents arrested on 9/11 sue USA", 15 September 2004.

"The Insider" mailing list article, 07 July 2005.

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