Clinton E-Mails: Hezbollah Set Up Base in Cuba - to Avenge the Death of Imad Mughniyeh

Hillary Clinton's E-mail documents revealed that Hezbollah previously established an operational base in Cuba to support operations in South America. According to the report, the information came from the Israeli Mossad

Clinton E-Mails: Hezbollah Set Up Base in Cuba - to Avenge the Death of Imad Mughniyeh

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The publication of US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's E-mails revealed that Hezbollah had set up and operated a base in Cuba. These are E-mail correspondence made from Clinton's private computer and contained classified information. (Side note: Do not worry; nothing to do with Israel was authorized to publish.)

According to jewishpress website, several years before Obama's tenure, Israeli Mossad informed the Americans of that base, that is set to serve as a base for terrorist activities in Latin America. (Original document can reach the State Department website.)

It was revealed that Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service, was concerned that Hezbollah wanted to carry out attacks against Israeli targets in Latin America and the Caribbean. "Also, (Hezbollah) was instructed (it's pretty obvious by who) to start forming a targets list within the United States and Britain, including diplomatic missions, major banks, and businesses", so stated said document.

According to the report, Nasrallah himself conducted the negotiations with the Cuban security service – Dirección General de Inteligencia Cuba, or DGI for short. He promised Cuba that Hezbollah will remain low profile and will not leave any traces of any operation conducted. There is no evidence that the DGI has assisted Hezbollah in any way.

Nasrallah believed that a terror attack in South America in honor of Mughniyeh would be a symbolic act, because of Mughniyeh's major role in the bombing of Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires in 1992. In this context, the operational base in Cuba was to provide support for Hezbollah cells in Paraguay, Brazil and Venezuela.

By now, 46,000 documents from Clinton's correspondence were released, out of 56,000 in total. For more interesting documents in the State Department database: Foia.state.gov.

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