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March 5, 2015 / 14 Adar , 5775
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Israeli Arabs Arrested for Lebanon Ties

Drug dealers suspected of ties to Hezbollah.
Chief Hezbollah terrorist Hassan Nasrallah.

Chief Hezbollah terrorist Hassan Nasrallah.
Photo Credit: Ferran Queved/Flash 90

Sixteen Israeli Arabs have been arrested for cooperating with Hezbollah, Army Radio reported.

The detainees are suspected drug dealers who are also suspected of acting to support terror operations against Israel, under the direction of Hezbollah.

In recent weeks security forces have undertaken widespread activity to expose the groups’ activity vis-à-vis drug dealers in Lebanon and to cut off their entry paths to Israel.

The investigation has revealed a developed network of drug dealers in Israel who have worked with Lebanese counterparts known for their ties to Hezbollah. These include activities that were carried out ahead of weapons smuggling attempts into Israel from Lebanon, Syria and Jordan.

Israel Radio reported that the arrests could have scuttled a Hezbollah attack in Israel against the background of Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah’s open support for Hamas during Operation Protective Edge.

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12 Responses to “Israeli Arabs Arrested for Lebanon Ties”

  1. Joyce Myers says:

    Glad they got caught

  2. kind of people who join terror organizations

  3. kind of people who join terror organizations

  4. They hate beer and alcohol. But they do and take cocaine n marijuana.

  5. Lucky for them, they live in Israel. If collaborators are caught in any other country in the middle east they would be looking out at people from the top of a pole, while their body lay on the ground beneath them.

  6. David Grim says:

    The big difference between Chamas & Israel is they were arrested not beheaded or murdered.

  7. What do you expect from drug dealers?

  8. Rick Lutes says:

    Arrested, not executed by being dragged through the streets of Gaza behind a motorcycle.

  9. Sequeira Mendes says:

    remove them the citizenship .. to them and to their family .

  10. Robert Laing says:

    In some countries the penalty for drug dealers is death. Those arab drug dealers are double terrorists and should be excecuted to protect the citizens.

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