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Monday, January 31, 2011

Prominent 'Israeli-Arab' sentenced for spying for Hezbullah

A prominent 'Israeli Arab,' who admitted to spying for Hezbullah, has been sentenced to nine years in jail.
He admitted to the charges against him, and speaking outside the court continued to accuse the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) of singling out Arab-Israeli public figures. Makhoul vowed to continue his public activism after he completes his sentence.


During his interrogation with the Shin Bet, Makhoul confessed to having met a Hizbullah operative during a trip to Denmark in 2008. During the meeting, Makhoul agreed to become an agent for Hizbullah in Israel and to begin collecting what was described as "strategic intelligence" on Israeli security services.

He later received an encryption system so he could transfer the information by computer to Hizbullah.

Per request of his Hizbullah handlers, Makhoul, the Shin Bet said, transferred names and details of additional men and women throughout Israel who he believed could also serve as spies for Hizbullah.
Yeah, they must be singling out 'Israeli Arabs.' After all, there are so many Jews who do things like this.

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At 3:34 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - he wasn't sentenced to death. The traitor should have received one sentence, is Israel that much afraid of disappoval from AI that it couldn't give Ameer Makhul his just desserts?

What could go wrong indeed

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