Do you doubt that:
"The Mossad office in London received advance notice about the attacks, but only six minutes before the first blast, the paper reports, confirming an earlier AP report. As a result, it was impossible to take any action to prevent the blasts."
Here is the Bild am Sonntag story in German, and a Google translation.
and Giuliani were at the same hotel.
Different versions have Netanyahu walking to, driving to, being at the Great Eastern.
Giuliani was having breakfast at the Great Eastern Hotel a half block from the Liverpool Street Station in Central London, when he heard an explosion, according to his spokeswoman Sunny Mindel. He realized it was a terrorist attack when he rushed outside and heard another bomb detonate, Mindel said.
Rudolph Giuliani: Yes, I was having breakfast one block from the Liverpool station where the first bomb went off and was informed that there had been either an accident or a device that went off. You could hear the sirens and some of the response to it and while we were trying to figure out what it was, we found out about the second attack
Rudolph Giuliani, the former Mayor of New York so closely identified with his city's recovery after September 11 attacks, was in London this morning, just yards from Liverpool Street station when the bombs went off.
"They are a very eerie reminder of September 11. I was right near Liverpool [Street] station when the first bombing took place, so I could hear the sirens and then kept hearing reports of different bombings, in different parts of the city," he told Sky News television.
Mr Giuliani was in the City as the Underground system was evacuated and roads were closed in a rush of emergency vehicles and evacuations. A bomb on a Tube train between nearby Aldgate and Moorgate killed seven people and injured dozens.
And we still don'y know what G's business in London was.