Prosecutors and lawyers for a Muslim charity accused of funding terrorists clashed Thursday over whether jurors should see documents that Israeli soldiers seized during raids of Palestinian organizations.
An Israeli agent testified about the documents during the trial of five leaders of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development.
The agent was not identified, and before he testified the courtroom was cleared of spectators except the families of the defendants.
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