I have been keeping tabs on many news articles within the last year and one that was striking and of course tragic was the very random bus bombing in Bulgaria last year, aimed at Israeli tourists. 5 Israelis were killed, 1 Bulgarian and of course the Caucasian suicide bomber. This terror attack seemed to have come out of the blue and quiet literally whilst the bus was still burning and within a couple of hours, Israeli president Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Hezbollah and more directly Iran by stating “All the signs lead to Iran. This is an Iranian terror attack that is spreading throughout the entire world. Israel will react powerfully against Iranian terror.” Netanyahu continued. “Iran must be exposed by the international community as the premiere terrorist-supporting state that it is.”
Either way investigations have been ongoing in relation to the Bus Bombing in the seaside town of Burgas, Bulgaria. Certain things have come to light which are unsettling and bizarrely do not add up and i would like to address them. On the 18th of January 2013 an important update came to light in regards to the bombing. Bulgarian officials confidently stated there was “No Hezbollah link to the deadly Bulgarian bombing“. Please be reminded that the Bulgarian officials (under 3 weeks ago) stated that “the three allegedly entered Bulgaria through neighboring countries using fake identifications.”
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolai Mladenov made a surprise visit to Israel days later to brief Israeli leaders on his country’s probe into the attack, but Israeli officials remained tight-lipped about what was said in these meetings. Then suddenly on the 6th of February 2013- just over 2 weeks after Bulgarian officials stated clearly that there was “No Hezbollah link” suddenly the findings state that there IS a Hezbollah link and an Australian and Canadian (of apparently Lebanese descent) have been accused of playing part in the Bulgarian bombing– what prompted this sudden 180 degree spin on the situation? And why do things still not add up? Even remotely.
Let us look at some important facts in regards to this case. The names of the supposed Australian and Canadian suspects are “known” but are not (yet) being disclosed to the public. The identity of the actual bomber remains unknown even though his DNA samples have been shared with intelligence agencies, adding that no DNA match has been found in their databases. Authorities claim in contradiction that the bomber had not “intended” to blow up- claiming he accidentally blew himself up, or that remotely outside sources did it in chaos- either way he was wired to explode- so to say he had no “intention” to kill himself makes no sense. Why did the Bulgarian foreign minister Nikolai Mladenov make a surprise visit to Israel (after finding no Hezbollah connection) to talk about the case- and why was the information spread between the two kept discreet? Why would so many different people of many different “nationalities” go to Bulgaria to kill 5 Israelis? Why was Bulgaria adamant that the guilty parties in this attack were from neighboring countries then suddenly they were from Australia and Canada?
Very importantly and politically speaking why did and does the Israeli government constantly push for the European Union to finally call and acknowledge Hezbollah as a terrorist organistation? Remember The USA and Israel make the claim that Hezbollah is a terrorist organization, most European nations do not agree to this claim and withdraw from making such statements. Benjamin Netanyahu said “We hope the Europeans learn the proper conclusions from this about the true character of Hezbollah”. The US Obama administration & Its Secretary of State John Kerry said “We strongly urge other governments around the world – and particularly our partners in Europe – to take immediate action to crack down on Hezbollah.”
Almost immediately Hezbollah leaders responded to the supposed findings of the terror attack. The Lebanese Shia group’s deputy leader denied the accusations and said Israel was waging an “international campaign” against Hezbollah. Speaking a day after Bulgarian politicians and European police experts said the bomb plot had “obvious links” to Hezbollah, the group’s deputy leader strongly refuted the accusation.
The Bulgarian report was part of “allegations and incitements and accusations against Hezbollah” driven by Israeli paranoia over Hezbollah’s continued military strength in southern Lebanon.
“All these accusations against Hezbollah will have no effect, and do not change the facts” Naim Qassem said, according to Reuters news agency.
Strangely enough these tactics deployed by the terrorists that committed in the Bulgarian attack ring similar to previous attacks made by Israeli Mossad agents outside of Israel like The 2010 assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, senior commander of the Palestinian paramilitary group Hamas. In the attack that occurred inside a Dubai hotel- Israeli Mossad agents collaborated and worked together using disguises such as fake mustaches, wigs and sporty dress up (tennis gear). They used fake German and British passports and killed with intent.