Israel says warrant officer provided Hizbullah with sensitive information
Israeli police on Wednesday said it had detained a warrant officer and other Israeli civilians on charges of passing sensitive information to Lebanon's Hizbullah. Israeli prosecutors are studying the indictment of treason and of communicating with a foreign agent.
According to Israeli press reports, the Israeli warrant officer was in contact with Lebanese drug dealers so as to smuggle drugs over the border. According to the investigation, it is alleged that the warrant officer passed on military-security information to Lebanese drug dealers, connected to Hizbullah.
An Israeli court on Wednesday ordered the military and the Northern Command to extend the detention of the accused. The suspect has been paid thousands of dollars for the information , the reports added.
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