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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Paranoia leads to more arrests in Lebanon

A German national has been arrested in Lebanon on suspicion of spying for Israel.
A German engineer was arrested in Lebanon Tuesday on suspicion of espionage in the country's latest attempt to root out alleged Israeli spies, Lebanese newspaper An-Nahar reported.

The suspected spy, reportedly named Manfred Peter Mog, was employed at a cheese factory in the Bekaa valley in eastern Lebanon, were he was in charge of machine maintenance. He was suspected of using transmitters to pass sensitive information to his handlers, according to the report.

Another alleged German spy made headlines last Thursday amid reports that he had fled Lebanon for Frankfurt. The suspect was accused of aiding Israel with the help of employees at state-owned mobile telecom company Alfa, which has seen a series of arrests within its ranks.
I can understand how someone who works for a mobile telecom company could provide useful information, but a cheese factory?

Everywhere I go, everything reminds me of you, Israel.

Let's go to the videotape (the chorus is in English - I was actually looking for something else and didn't find it).

You're not being paranoid when they really are after you. Watch out Hezbullah!



At 9:46 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

It appears Israel has a lot of spies in Lebanon. The Lebanese need to uncover those not yet unmasked. No wonder Nasrallah is probably having sleepless nights of late.

Faster, faster, faster now!



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