Exclusive: Cyprus suspect admits Hezbollah membership

By JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
February 20, 2013 18:59

 
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Berlin - Hossam Taleb Yaacoub, a 24-year old Lebanese-Swedish dual citizen, admitted on Wednesday in a courtroom that he is a member of Hezbollah, according to a statement he gave under oath.

The Cypriot authorities accuse  Yaacoub of plotting an attack against Israeli tourists on the island in July.  Yaacoub faces eight charges in the criminal court in the city of  Limassol. He is charged with membership in a criminal organization and conspiracy in "carrying out missions in any part of the world, including the Cyprus Republic, against Israeli citizens," among other charges.

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