'Iran to try 2 for spying for Israel'

By JTA
October 26, 2010 23:54

 
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Iran reportedly will put two of its citizens on trial for spying for Israel, Iranian state radio reported on Tuesday.

Tehran Prosecutor General Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi was quoted as saying that the arrested citizens "were linked to the Zionist regime's intelligence services and provided them with information."




Dolatabadi also said that the men allegedly received money from Israel. The alleged spy's names were not released, Reuters reported.



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