Israelis suspected of working with terror backer

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February 25, 2007 09:53

 
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Police are investigating the alleged connection between two Israeli companies, "Shintraco, Ltd." and "Ma'ayan," and a Palestinian company that finances terror, Army Radio reported Sunday morning. According to the report, the Division for the Investigation of International Crimes, the Shin Bet (Israel Security Services), the Israel Tax Authority and the authority responsible for tracking money laundering offenders have been conducting the investigation for the past year. General Manager of Shintraco, Ltd. and several other employees of both companies have been arrested in connection with the investigation, said Division for the Investigation of International Crimes head, Amihai Shai, in an interview with Army Radio.

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