Israel is not expected to respond harshly to on Monday's twin attacks on Israeli representatives in India and Georgia, Israeli sources said Monday night.
In one attack, the wife of Israel's defense attache in India was moderately wounded in a car bombing outside the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi. In the other, a bomb attached to a car belonging to the Israeli embassy in the Georgian capital Tbilisi was discovered before anyone was hurt.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promptly accused Iran of responsibility for the attacks, which occurred one day after the fourth anniversary of the killing of a senior Hezbollah official, Imad Mughniyeh. Both Hezbollah and Iran have long blamed Israel for Mughniyeh's assassination, and Hezbollah has repeatedly vowed revenge. But Tehran, predictably, denied any involvement in Monday's attacks, with the Iranian ambassador to Ind
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