Analysts Believe Hezb'allah Preparing an attack

ABC News is reporting that western analysts believe the Iranian-Lebanese terrorist group Hezb'allah is preparing to attack "Jewish targets" someplace in the west, perhaps North America:

Intelligence officials tell ABC News the group has activated suspected "sleeper cells" in Canada and key operatives have been tracked moving outside the group's Lebanon base to Canada, Europe and Africa.

Officials say Hezbollah is seeking revenge for the February assassination of Hezbollah's military commander, Imad Mugniyah, killed by a car bomb in Damascus, Syria.

The group's leaders blamed Israel, an allegation denied by Israeli officials.

There is no credible information on a specific target, according to the officials.

Suspected Hezbollah operatives have conducted recent surveillance on the Israeli embassy in Ottawa, Canada and on several synagogues in Toronto, according to the officials.

In addition to Canada, it is believed that South America is also a likely target. Translations of some Spanish language articles on Fausta Wertz's site of  suspected Venezualean connections to Hezb'allah reveal a disturbing alliance between Hugo Chavez and Middle Eastern based terrorists.

A few days ago,
Fausta reports that Venezualeans of Arab ancestry were being recruited to take part in training at Hezb'allah sites in Lebanon. Then came the news that the State Department has designated a Venezualean diplomat as a supporter of Hezb'allah:

The U.S. Department of the Treasury designated Nsr al Din and Fawzi Kan'an, along with two travel agencies owned and controlled by Kan'an, as terror supporters



Nasr al Din has counseled Hizballah donors on fundraising efforts and has provided donors with specific information on bank accounts where the donors' deposits would go directly to Hizballah.

Ghazi Nasr al Din has met with senior Hizballah officials in Lebanon to discuss operational issues, as well as facilitated the travel of Hizballah members to and from Venezuela. In late January 2006, Nasr al Din facilitated the travel of two Hizballah representatives to the Lebanese Parliament to Caracas to solicit donations for Hizballah and to announce the opening of a Hizballah-sponsored community center and office in Venezuela. The previous year, Nasr al Din arranged the travel of Hizballah members to attend a training course in Iran.
The Treasury Dept. statement lists 12 aliases for Nasr al Din, who was born on December 13, 1962 in Lebanon.

It was in 1994 that Hezb'allah attacked an Argentina Jewish Community Center killing 85 people. Clearly the terrorists have the will to strike but do they have the means?

Given their massive support from Iran, there can be little doubt of that.







ABC News is reporting that western analysts believe the Iranian-Lebanese terrorist group Hezb'allah is preparing to attack "Jewish targets" someplace in the west, perhaps North America:

Intelligence officials tell ABC News the group has activated suspected "sleeper cells" in Canada and key operatives have been tracked moving outside the group's Lebanon base to Canada, Europe and Africa.

Officials say Hezbollah is seeking revenge for the February assassination of Hezbollah's military commander, Imad Mugniyah, killed by a car bomb in Damascus, Syria.

The group's leaders blamed Israel, an allegation denied by Israeli officials.

There is no credible information on a specific target, according to the officials.

Suspected Hezbollah operatives have conducted recent surveillance on the Israeli embassy in Ottawa, Canada and on several synagogues in Toronto, according to the officials.

In addition to Canada, it is believed that South America is also a likely target. Translations of some Spanish language articles on Fausta Wertz's site of  suspected Venezualean connections to Hezb'allah reveal a disturbing alliance between Hugo Chavez and Middle Eastern based terrorists.

A few days ago,
Fausta reports that Venezualeans of Arab ancestry were being recruited to take part in training at Hezb'allah sites in Lebanon. Then came the news that the State Department has designated a Venezualean diplomat as a supporter of Hezb'allah:

The U.S. Department of the Treasury designated Nsr al Din and Fawzi Kan'an, along with two travel agencies owned and controlled by Kan'an, as terror supporters



Nasr al Din has counseled Hizballah donors on fundraising efforts and has provided donors with specific information on bank accounts where the donors' deposits would go directly to Hizballah.

Ghazi Nasr al Din has met with senior Hizballah officials in Lebanon to discuss operational issues, as well as facilitated the travel of Hizballah members to and from Venezuela. In late January 2006, Nasr al Din facilitated the travel of two Hizballah representatives to the Lebanese Parliament to Caracas to solicit donations for Hizballah and to announce the opening of a Hizballah-sponsored community center and office in Venezuela. The previous year, Nasr al Din arranged the travel of Hizballah members to attend a training course in Iran.
The Treasury Dept. statement lists 12 aliases for Nasr al Din, who was born on December 13, 1962 in Lebanon.

It was in 1994 that Hezb'allah attacked an Argentina Jewish Community Center killing 85 people. Clearly the terrorists have the will to strike but do they have the means?

Given their massive support from Iran, there can be little doubt of that.