'Wife of Lebanese parliament security guard recruited by Mossad'

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 2, 2015 10:29

 
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The wife of a security guard working at the Lebanese parliament is alleged to have maintained ties with the Mossad, according to a report which appeared Thursday.

The Lebanese newspaper al-Joumhouria reported that the Israeli intelligence agency had recruited the guard’s wife four years ago.

The woman’s alleged links to Mossad were discovered during the course of Beirut authorities’ investigation of her husband, who was subsequently exonerated.

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