Israeli spy met Nasrallh in his bunker
Senior leader of the "Free Patriotic Movement," retired Brigadier General Fayez Karam, who was arrested recently on suspicion of spying for Israel, has met at least once with the Secretary General of Hizbullah, Hassan Nasrallah in the latter bunker, press reports have indicated. Nasrallah has been hiding in the bunker in an unknown location since summer of 2006 in fear of an Israeli assassination attempt. Karam attended the meeting with his boss Michel Aoun.
It is reported that Hizbullah is very interested in the follow-up investigations which are underway. According to sources in Beirut, Karam's meeting with Nasrallah means two things: first, Israel's "Mossad" had access to Nasrallah at least once and that Karam conveyed to the "Mossad" all the details concerning the measures to meet Hizbullah Secretary General.
According to press reports, Hizbullah leader was the first to receive info on the arrest of Karam last week. Then, he rushed to contact General Aoun to stress the arrest was not linked to any political gains.
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