Thursday, July 07, 2005

London Explosions Israeli warned

From Jerusalem Post London police informed the Israeli Embassy "minutes" before the series of explosions that it had intelligence on the possibility of terrorist attacks in the city, Israel Radio reported. The Israeli Embassy in central London was shut off by the British army. The Israeli ambassador to London, Tzvi Heifetz, said the embassy was under a state of emergency, with no one allowed to enter or leave, AP reported. Heifetz todl Israel Radio that a major terrorist attack in London was "just a matter of time." British military troops were dispatched to the scene of the blasts and were involved in emergency rescue operations in the Covent Garden area. Israel embassies all over the world have gone on high alert. Seemingly this has been deninded by scotland yard. Now 7 explosions 6 undergounds and 1 bus. A tube train is stuck under kings cross station. And a rescue attempt is under way.

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