Monday, March 8, 2021

‘Asymmetric Warfare’: India's Anti-Terror Unit Claims Iran's Quds Force Behind Israeli Embassy Blast - Sputnik International

On 29 January, a low-intensity blast took place near the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi. Although no casualties were reported, intelligence agencies of India and Israel immediately launched a probe to find those responsible for the explosion.

India’s federal counter-terrorism agencies have compiled a list of suspects in the Israeli Embassy blast case as investigations have established the alleged role of Iran's Quds Force in the incident.

"Initially, the investigation hinted to the role of Islamic State* [Daesh] due to the false-flag cyber markers left by the perpetrators but now sustained investigation established that the blast was part of the asymmetric warfare campaign being carried out by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps against Israel", a senior official of the National Investigative Agency told Sputnik. The official claimed that the Iranian Quds Force planted the bomb via a local Indian module.

Explaining the reasons behind the low-intensity of the blast, the official suggested that Iran didn't want to run afoul of a friendly nation like India.

    "The attackers had a clear message and wanted to threaten Israel but on the same hand didn't want to become India's enemy due to which the bomb was not of high intensity, with no human targets", the official added.

Tehran has yet to comment on the allegations.

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