Israeli 'spy' Ouda Tarabin released from Egyptian prison after serving 15 years

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December 10, 2015 11:17

 
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Israeli citizen Ouda Tarabin, a Beduin who has been in an Egyptian jail for the last 15 years on charges he spied for Israel, was released Thursday and returned to Israel.

Israel also returned two Egyptians serving time in Israeli jails that had finished their sentences.

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