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Egypt has uncovered a spy ring that included two Israelis and an Egyptian businessman helping them recruit operatives working for telecoms companies, according to a government official and state security documents.
Earlier an Egyptian security official said four locals were arrested on suspicion of spying for Israel and plotting to kidnap of tourists to harm Egypt's economy.
Originally posted by FalselyFlagged
Apparently some Egyptians were arrested for working for Israelis in order infiltrate telecommunications companies and other areas, then to plan to abduct tourists and hold them for a while, then release them.. ...All as a plan to kill Egyptian tourist economy.
Stay classy, Israel.
A year later, the Egyptian newspaper said, he approached the Mossad via email and said he was interested in working for the Israeli intelligence agency.
The report claims Hassan later travelled to Syria on a number of occasions to evaluate the security situation there and relay his findings to the handlers. Hassan was also tasked with helping Mossad recruit agents in Syria and Lebanon.
Originally posted by Eliad
reply to post by FalselyFlagged
Didn't they also think Mossad was behind a shark attack last week?