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Israel Holds Three Suspected Hizbollah Spies

Israel said on Tuesday it was holding three Israeli Arabs suspected of passing intelligence to Lebanese Hizbollah guerrillas, who had asked for Israeli phone books and city maps in exchange for drugs. The main suspect, a 22-year-old resident of Ghajar on the disputed Golan Heights, confessed to giving a Hizbollah agent information on an Israeli military outpost just outside the village, the prime minister’s office said. The suspect was arrested with his brother and a third Ghajar resident. He told Israeli security services that the agent requested an Israeli yellow pages phone book, an atlas of Israeli cities, and other information. Full Story

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