A damaged bus is transported out of Burgas airport, Bulgaria, a day after a deadly suicide attack on a bus full of Israeli vacationers. (AP Photo/ Impact Press Group, File) (AP Photo/ Impact Press Group, File)
Bulgaria Israelis Attacked

Eight years ago a Hezbollah suicide bomber blew up a bus in Burgas, Bulgaria, killing five Israelis and one Bulgarian. Why hasn’t the European Union designated Hezbollah a terrorist organization?

On July 12, 2012, a suicide bomber from the Hezbollah terrorist group boarded a bus carrying Israeli tourists at the Burgas Airport in Bulgaria. He blew up the bus killing the Bulgarian bus driver and five Israelis and injuring 32 more Israelis.

Yet until today, the European Union has not label edthe Iranian-proxy a terrorist organization.

May the memories of the victims be a blessing.

We remember the Burgas bus bombing victims

This week, we remember the six people (5 Israelis and Bulgarian bus driver) who were murdered in a Hezbollah suicide bombing attack in Burgas, Bulgaria eight years ago (July 18, 2012).

Now more than ever, we urge the European Union to put an end to Hezbollah’s global terror network and designate the Iranian-proxy as a terrorist organization.

May the memory of those killed be a blessing.

Credit: זק”א

Posted by Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Sunday, July 19, 2020



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