Report: Israeli spy escapes Lebanon ahead of his pursuers

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July 18, 2010 16:10

 
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One of the employees of Lebanese telecom company Alfa suspected of working as an Israeli spy escaped two days ago to Israel before state security forces could apprehend, Army Radio cited from a report in Lebanese newspaper An Nahar on Sunday.

Lebanese authorities have already arrested three telecom employees on suspicion of espionage on behalf of the Jewish State.

The Jerusalem Post could not verify the details of this report.


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