Report: Lebanese security officials uncover Mossad spy ring

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November 1, 2008 09:54

 
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A Mossad spy ring which has been active in Lebanon since the 1980s has been uncovered by the Lebanese Army, and the leader and his associates arrested, Lebanese newspaper As-Safir reported on Saturday. According to the report, Lebanese security officials told the paper that the spies worked to pass information to the Mossad about a range of Lebanese activities, either through pictures of military and civilian installations, or through spoken contact. The sources further told the paper that group of spies were Palestinian, and also collected information for use against Syria.

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