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Security forces arrest Israeli-linked cell in south Lebanon

Middle East News

Apr 25, 2009, 12:04 GMT

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var PageContent= ‘ Beirut – Lebanese security forces arrested on Saturday a cell linked to the Israeli intelligence Mossad in southern Lebanon, a security source said.

The police arrested three members of the cell during raids in Jezzine, Nabatiyeh and Sidon, in southern Lebanon, the source said.

Voice of Lebanon radio station identified two of the arrested as suspect Ali Mantash in Nabatiyeh and a Palestinian whose family name is Awad in Sidon.

The Lebanese Police lately uncovered an Israel spy network dubbed \’al-Alam cell.\’

Former security services officer Brigadier General Adib al-Alam, his wife Hayat Saloumi and nephew Joseph Semaan al-Alam – also a security official – were charged on Thursday with spying for Israel.

They are accused of informing Israel about Lebanese and Syrian military and civilian sites with the aim of facilitating Israeli attacks, the source added.

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Beirut – Lebanese security forces arrested on Saturday a cell linked to the Israeli intelligence Mossad in southern Lebanon, a security source said.

The police arrested three members of the cell during raids in Jezzine, Nabatiyeh and Sidon, in southern Lebanon, the source said.

Voice of Lebanon radio station identified two of the arrested as suspect Ali Mantash in Nabatiyeh and a Palestinian whose family name is Awad in Sidon.

The Lebanese Police lately uncovered an Israel spy network dubbed ‘al-Alam cell.’

Former security services officer Brigadier General Adib al-Alam, his wife Hayat Saloumi and nephew Joseph Semaan al-Alam – also a security official – were charged on Thursday with spying for Israel.

They are accused of informing Israel about Lebanese and Syrian military and civilian sites with the aim of facilitating Israeli attacks, the source added.

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