Egypt to try two Israelis for smuggling arms

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December 26, 2011 19:15

 
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Two Israelis will be tried in Egypt's high court for security on charges of transporting weapons and ammunition through the Taba crossing, Israel Radio reported Monday.

According to the Egyptian prosecutor, one of the two Israeli civilians, Moaz Zachalka and Mamoun Abdal-Fatah, will be tried in absentia.  A Ukrainian national will also be tried for the same crime.

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