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Outmanuevering – no longer – If Israel could play peace, Israelis could have freedom of movement all over the Middle East – but the bosses don’t want it ….

Six more Israeli ‘spies’ caught in Lebanon
Tue May 05, 2009 4:04 pm

Lebanese authorities have arrested six more people accused of spying for Tel Aviv amid a campaign aimed at curtailing Israel’s intelligence operations in Lebanon.

The latest captures take to 16 the number of suspected Israeli spies arrested since January, an army spokesperson, speaking on condition of anonymity, told AFP.

The arrests include a police officer and his wife who were taken into custody late Sunday. Three others, accused of passing on information to Israel, were detained also on Sunday

6 more Leb Israeli agents

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–New evidence that Hariri assassination was ordered in Washington and Jerusalem–
On April 29, 2009, UN Special Tribunal for Lebanon pre-trial Judge Daniel Fransen ordered the release from prison of four Lebanese generals who had been implicated in the 2005 car bombing assassination of ormer Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.

The four Lebanese generals released were Jamil Sayyad, the chief of Lebanese General Security under the Syrian occupation; Ali al-Hajj, the former chief of the Internal Security Forces; Raymond Azar, the former head of Lebanese Army intelligence; and Mustafa Hamdan, the chief of the Presidential Guard under then-President Emile Lahoud. They were held for four years in prison without charges being brought or even being questioned by prosecutors

Written by morris

May 7, 2009 at 1:58 pm

Posted in Hariri, israel, lebanon

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