Report: Egypt lays additional charge on Ilan Grapel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 11, 2011 15:15

 
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Egypt added setting fire to police stations to the list of charges faced by American- Israeli law student Ilan Grapel, who has been detained in Cairo since June on suspicion of spying for Jerusalem, state-run Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram reported on Monday.

The state reportedly accused Grapel of throwing fire bombs at police headquarters at the Egyptian Interior Ministry in the wake of Egypt's January revolution.

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