Monday, May 10, 2010

'Human Rights Leader' - a Hezbollah agent

Knock me over with a feather. The national security scandal turns out exactly as I suspected it would. Israeli Arabs think for some reason they can get away with being involved with Israel's enemies and nothing would happen to them.

Israeli Arab figures suspected of espionage
Details of security scandal released: Fifty-two-year-old Ameer Makhoul from Haifa, a well-known figure in the Arab community in Israel, and 50-year-old Omar Said of Kfar Kanna, were arrested on suspicion of committing serious security offences, including espionage and contact with a foreign agent from Hezbollah. A gag order on the matter was partially lifted at Ynet's request on Monday, meaning some of the affair's details are still confidential.

Makhoul was arrested in his home in Haifa last week in front of his wife and children. He is suspected of being in contact with a Lebanese element of the Hezbollah terror group, espionage and contact with a foreign agent. Several computers were confiscated from his home.

Related, unrelated story - Israeli Arabs real intent revealed in an interview:
MK Ganaim calls for Islamic caliphate in Israel

Once again - knock me over with a feather. Shockingly unshocking - just confirms what we expected.

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