U.K. Covered Up Arrest of Hezbollah Agent in London


In a stunning revelation, the UK media reports that British intelligence busted a Hezbollah terrorost in London who posessed massive amounts of bomb-making materials in 2015, and then covered it up.

The Times of Israel reports that the Hezbollah agent had three tons of ammonium nitrate, which is used to make powerful bombs such as the one that destroyed a government building in Oklahoma City in the 1990s.

The case was apparently covered up for fear that it would damage negotiations for then-president Obama's surrender deal with Iran.

The agent was arrested by MI5 and the Metropolitan Police, who, shockingly, nonetheless released him without charges. It is believed the agent was part of a master plan to create a Hezbollah network capable of carrying out mass casualty attacks in Europe.

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