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Monday, March 24, 2008 

Another spy/collaborator caught

We seem to have another traitor in our midst here:
An IDF non-commissioned officer was arrested on suspicion of giving Hizbullah information on the whereabouts of IDF troops, the Haifa Military Court announced Monday.

The officer was arrested a month ago in an joint Israel Police, Military Police and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) operation.

He allegedly gave over the details to Hizbullah in exchange for the guerrilla group allowing him to smuggle drugs into Israel.

In addition, two more suspects were arrested by Galilee police for allegedly running the drug dealing ring - a 30-year-old Nazareth resident and a 26-year-old man from Tuba Zangariya. The two were indicted Sunday on suspicion of smuggling into Israel two kilograms of Heroin with a street value of one million shekels.

Meanwhile, a 20-year-old female IDF soldier was arrested for allegedly being part of an Arab car theft ring which stole scores of private vehicles across the country, police said Monday.

The soldier, Tamar Marton of Jerusalem, is suspected of aiding a group of 12 east Jerusalem Arab residents who allegedly stole dozens of private vehicles from the capital and other major Israeli cities over the last year, Jerusalem police spokesman Shmuel Ben-Ruby said.

The ring was broken up by police this week after a six- month long investigation.

The 12 Arab suspects, all residents of east Jerusalem in their 20's, allegedly sold the vehicles to a Palestinian car pound near the West Bank city of Ramallah for NIS 1000-4000 each.
Make them do hard labor on a rockpile, I suggest.

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