Lebanese intelligence arrests 2 men on suspicion of spying for Israel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 4, 2009 11:52

Lebanese intelligence detained two men in the south of the country on suspicion of spying for Israel, a local paper, A Safir, reported Saturday. The two men, a father and son from the village of Nakoura, join a long list of detainees held on similar allegations in the past few months. The report could not be independently verified by The Jerusalem Post.


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