Israeli Arab to be indicted for aiding Hizbullah

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 19, 2006 11:32

 
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An Israeli Arab suspected of passing information to the Hizbullah was arrested about a month ago as he was crossing the Israeli-Lebanese border, officials revealed on Thursday. After entering into Lebanon, Hizbullah members caught him and, according to allegations, he provided them with information they could use to harm Israel, including the location of an IDF base, and telephone and electrical infrastructures. He also supposedly gave them information about certain individuals, including policemen, doctors, and lawyers. After eight months, the Hizbullah released him while he was still bound. Israel caught the man in Kfar Ahjar. He was to be indicted in the Nazareth District Court on Thursday afternoon.

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