An Israeli website suggests that Tel Aviv might help India carry out covert operations inside Pakistan in retaliation for the Mumbai attacks.
India has asked for Israeli assistance in cross-border attacks against "Islamist terrorists" inside Pakistan, reported Debka which is believed to have ties with intelligence and military sources.
Israel, seeking revenge for the murder of six Jews in a Mumbai's Chabad center in November, has expressed willingness to help India in such operations, the website claimed.
According to the report New Delhi has sought Tel Aviv's help because of Israeli spies' experience in carrying out such operation without leaving any trace.
Tension is running high between India and Pakistan over a series of terrorist attacks in the Indian economic hub of Mumbai which left hundreds killed and injured.
Although New Delhi has accused Pakistani intelligence agencies of masterminding the attacks, Islamabad has denied any involvement in the carnage.
Earlier on Monday, however, Pakistan arrested Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operation chief, on charges of masterminding the Mumbai terror attacks.
This is while some Indian analysts blamed Israeli intelligence agencies of masterminding the plot, basing their theory on the fact that some of the victims of the attacks were anti-Zionist Jews.