Lebanese security forces arrest two more alleged Israeli spies

May 23, 2009 09:44


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Security forces in Lebanon arrested a man and a woman suspected of spying on Israel's behalf, Israel radio reported on Saturday morning. The radio station cited a report by the London-based al-Hayat, claiming that the man detained by Lebanese authorities, Mustafa Hasan Saeed from the Nabatiya area, is one of the heads of the Israeli spy-ring in Lebanon. According to the report, the Lebanese forces managed to catch Saeed after a two-day chase. Authorities claim that highly advanced communications equipment was discovered during a raid on his house. The woman arrested by security forces in Lebanon is 28-year-old Hulud Nab'a from the town of Shaba.

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