We are approaching the 4th Anniversary of the assassination of Hezbollah terror mastermind Imad Mughniyeh in Syria, presumably by the Israelis although there has never been any public proof.
Hezbollah has sought revenge, so far without success. A major attack was just thwarted in Thailand:
A foreign suspect with alleged links to Hezbollah militants led Thai police Monday to a warehouse filled with materials commonly used to make bombs, as Thailand and the U.S. disagreed over whether Bangkok was the target of a terror plot.
Police seized more than 8,800 pounds of urea fertilizer and several gallons of liquid ammonium nitrate at the warehouse in Samut Sakhon, on the western outskirts of Bangkok, according to police and media reports.
While Thai police assert the bomb materials were intended for use elsewhere, others assert that a Chabad House (much like the one attacked in Mumbai) and other Jewish and Israeli facilities were the target:
Chabad rabbis in Thailand on Sunday said they were taking safety precautions after reports emerged that a terror cell was planning to attack Israeli and Jewish targets in the country.
Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor of the Jewish Association of Thailand said he was in close contact with the authorities and they had taken measures to ensure the safety of his family and guests.
“The Thai authorities are taking this very seriously and so are we,” said Kantor. “We are in close contact with them.”