This is an act of war.
This is not happening in a vacuum. These are acts of war, just as the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in the streets of Sarajevo sparked the first world war. Iran is targeting ambassadors all over the world.
Back in October, the US uncovered and foiled a plan to bomb the Saudi and Israeli embassies in Washington, DC and the plot was backed by Iran’s Qods force, which has been killing Americans in Iraq.
Iran is exploiting a weak and compromised American president and an increasingly anti-Jewish fervor made worse by the growing takeover of whole countries by Islamic supremacists.
Bombs target Israeli diplomats in India, Georgia; 2 injured Washington Post
NEW DELHI — The wife of an Israeli diplomat in New Delhi and her driver were injured Monday when the car they were traveling in was bombed, officials said. A second bomb was defused outside the Israeli Embassy in Tbilisi, Georgia, about the same time.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attacks. But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu immediately blamed Iran, which has vowed revenge for the recent assassinations of several scientists involved in Iran’s nuclear program. Hezbollah, which receives funding and strong support from Iran, also had promised to avenge the assassination of one of its leaders, Imad Moughniyeh, who was killed in a car bombing in Damascus on Feb. 12, 2008.
Ticking off places where he said recent attacks on Jews and Israelis had been thwarted, including Azerbaijan and Thailand, Netanyahu accused Iran of orchestrating the attempts and called the government in Tehran “the greatest exporter of terror in the world.”
Bombers Target Israeli Diplomats in Georgia, India ABC News
Assailants targeted Israeli diplomats in India and Georgia in near-simultaneous strikes Monday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed on archenemy Iran, and its Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah.
The attacks, which wounded four people, threatened to ratchet up already high tensions between Iran, which has been accused of developing a nuclear weapons program, and Israel, which says such a program would be an existential threat to the Jewish state.
Tehran has accused Israel of covert attacks on its nuclear program, including assassinations of top nuclear officials and scientists.
The attacks Monday appeared to have been carried out with sticky bombs attached to cars by magnets. Similar weapons were used against Iran's nuclear scientists, feeding suspicions that the new bombings were a retaliation crafted to mirror those attacks.
There was no claim of responsibility for Monday's attacks.