Acre lawyer indicted for passing info for Islamic Jihad

April 20, 2011 11:46


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The Jerusalem District Attorney issued an indictment on Wednesday against Acre lawyer Suhir Ayoub, who is accused of passing information between the Islamic Jihad leadership and prisoners of the organization held in Israeli jails.

According to the indictment, the 42-year-old Ayoub received between NIS 400 to 800 from each prisoner for supplying information.

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