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Topic - Amos Gilad
Israel is on alert for plots to kill more Israelis overseas, after speculation that last week's deadly bombing of an Israeli tour bus in Bulgaria was a rehearsal for a spectacular attack on Israel's Olympics team, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanhahu said Sunday.
A newly released State Department cable from November 2009 reveals the Israeli military's growing worries about Iran's nuclear weapons program and Tehran's support for regional terrorists in seeking "Hamastan" and "Hezbollahstan" enclaves.
official Amos Gilad told Israel Radio that Syria was closely guarding its chemical weapons stockpiles.
"Intelligence doesn't work that way. You don't send dozens of agents to look for ghosts," Mr. Gilad told Army Radio.