Monday, January 31, 2011

Prominent 'Israeli-Arab' sentenced for spying for Hezbullah

Israel Matzav
30 January '11

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.

(Read full "Prominent 'Israeli-Arab' sentenced for spying for Hezbullah")

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