Car bombs aimed at Israelis in India and the nation of Georgia were the work of Iran and Hezbollah. That's according to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In New Delhi, a passing motorcyclist slapped an explosive on the car carrying the wife of an Israeli diplomat. It went off and she's hospitalized in moderate condition. In Tbilisi, capital of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, a driver who works for the Israeli embassy found an explosive ducked taped to the bottom of his car. It was defused. Joel Greenberg is Jerusalem correspondent for the Washington Post.