Reported By PMOI/MEK
London, June 10, 2019 - A report by Britain's Telegraph on June 9 revealed that a terrorist group affiliated to the Iranian regime had been stockpiling explosives in London.
The report said that on September 30, 2015, the UK security forces raided a potential British bomb factory alongside three businesses and one residential address. They arrested Iranian regime agents and discovered thousands upon thousands of small packages gathered together, each one containing ammonium nitrate - a common component in homemade bombs.
The same component that had been used to kill 168 people in Oklahoma City in 1995 and 202 people in Bali in 2002.
The factory was run by one of the Iranian regime’s most infamous proxy groups, Hezbollah. The storage was not in isolation but part of an international Hezbollah plot to lay the groundwork for future attacks.
Hezbollah receives millions of dollars in cash, weapons, food, facilities, and ammunition including missiles from the Iranian regime. Hezbollah’s leader Hassan Nasrallah has publicly confirmed the group's dependence on Iran's regime.