Syria claims to have uncovered Israeli spy

September 15, 2011 09:31


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Syrian television were set to broadcast an interview with an alleged Israeli spy on Saturday, who they claim was arrested by security forces, and will reveal how Imad Mughniyah former senior member of Hezbollah was assassinated, Israel Radio reported Thursday.

Syrian News Agency announced that the spy will talk on camera - in what they have called "confessions of an Israeli spy" - about a plot against Syria that assisted the operation to assassinate Mughniyah.

He would also reportedly talk about instructions received by spies sent to Syria to cause rifts and lead the country to anarchy, according to Syrian News Agency.  

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