CBNNews.com - JERUSALEM, Israel - Israel's Channel 2 reported Wednesday evening that Israeli Intelligence agencies thwarted a major attack by Hezbollah terrorists in Europe.
According to the report, Israeli agents worked in tandem with intelligence agencies in the unnamed country where the terror attack was foiled.
Last week, Defense Minister Ehud Barak put Israeli security services on heightened alert as the one-year anniversary of the death of Imad Mughniyeh approaches.
Mughniyeh, one of the most senior members of the Lebanese-based Hezbollah terror group, was killed by a bomb planted in his car in an upscale residential neighborhood in Damascus on February 12.
Hezbollah blamed Israel for his assassination, threatening to carry out revenge attacks against Jews in Israel and abroad.
"The Zionists will discover that the war they had in July  was a walk in the park if we compare it to what we've prepared for every new aggression," Hezbollah spiritual leader Sheikh Hasan Nasrallah warned, London's The Times reported.
Sources: The Associated Press, The Jerusalem Post