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Israel identifies alleged Hezbollah spy

Israel`s Supreme Court Thursday turned down a request for anonymity by a Jew who allegedly spied for Hezbollah and lifted a gag order that barred publication of his identity. Nissim Nasser, 35, of Holon, a middle-class suburb of Tel Aviv, had asked the court to ban publication of his name, picture and charge sheet, saying he feared Hezbollah might persecute his family in Lebanon. However, a top Israel Security Agency official told the court that Hezbollah does not turn against the families of exposed agents. The ISA added translated clippings from the Lebanese press showing that the suspect`s identity is well known there. Full Story

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