40-year-old mother of 7 indicted for spying for Al Aksa terror group

November 5, 2015 15:09


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The Southern District Attorney's Office on Thursday filed an indictment with the Beersheba District Court against a 40-year-old mother of seven for spying on Israel for a Gaza located unit of the Al Aksa Martyrs Brigade.

The woman joined the terror group for payment and used her smartphone to take pictures of strategic Israeli installations in Haifa, including the port, the police station and the court.

She recorded her findings, which were written to aid in harming state security, along with the photos and brought them to Gaza during a visit.

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