JERUSALEM (Reuters) Israel called off on Tuesday a three-month-old intelligence warning that Pakistani militants intended to target Jewish sites in India in an attack similar to last years gun rampage in Mumbai. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahus office said in a statement it was cancelling the travel advisory, issued to Israeli citizens ahead of the Jewish new year holiday in September, after the terrorist plans were foiled. New Delhi officials said at the time they were on high alert after intelligence reports said Pakistan-based militants were trying to sneak into India over the Kashmir border. India also liaised with Israel over the suspected threat to Jewish sites.