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Israeli Arab Charged With Spying for Hezbollah

By    |   Monday, 03 Jun 2013 01:28 PM

A 45-year-old resident of Shfaram, an Israeli-Arab majority city in northern Israel, was indicted on charges of feeding security information to Hezbollah, the Israeli website Ynetnews.com reports.
 
According to the indictment, Zaher Omar Yusefin traveled to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj (the Islamic holy pilgrimage to Mecca) where he met with members of Hezbollah and provided information about Israel Defense Forces bases in northern Israel.

The indictment says Yusefin — an organizer of pilgrimages to Saudi Arabia for Israeli Arabs —  met in 2007 with a Hezbollah operative called Abu Ismail.

Yusefzin allegedly provided information about Israeli Arab pilgrims’ stay in Saudi Arabia to Hezbollah operatives for recruitment purposes, according to Ynet..

He is also accused of providing the exact locations where Hezbollah missiles landed in Israel during the 2006 Lebanon war, and providing coordinates of IDF bases located near Rosh Hanikra and between Haifa and Acre near Israel’s Mediterranean coast.
 
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A 45-year-old resident of Shfaram, an Israeli-Arab majority city in northern Israel, was indicted on charges of feeding security information to Hezbollah, the Israeli website Ynetnews.com reports.
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