In early April, an Israeli citizen of Arab ethnicity, Ayman Haj Yahye, 50, was indicted at Lod District court, accused of a number of serious security offences. These included, according to the indictment: Contact with a Foreign Agent – An offense under section 114 (a) of the Israeli Penal Code, and delivering information to the enemy with intent to harm state security – an offense under section 111 of the Penal Code. He was also charged with money laundering and an attempt to disrupt a judicial investigation.
According to the indictment, Haj Yahye had met with and begun cooperation with two operatives of Iranian intelligence, (identified as ‘Abu Samah’ and ‘Abu Hussein’ in the indictment,) with the intention of ‘assisting the State of Iran in its efforts to harm the State of Israel through the gathering of information in the intelligence, security, politics, civil, social and media fields, which could help Iran in its war against the State of Israel.’
The individual who recruited Haj Yahye for this purpose is identified by the indictment as Khaled Yamani, a Palestinian resident of the Baddawi refugee camp in Lebanon and a senior member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine in that country…
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