Al Liwa newspaper quoted security sources as saying that the leadership of Hezbollah are still actively engaged in the interrogations that are being conducted with three of the party cadres on suspicion of involvement with espionage and the transfer of security information and sensitive military data to the Israeli enemy.
A Virginia man was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on Friday for providing information to the Syrian secret police about US-based dissidents protesting the Syrian government’s crackdown. Mohamad Soueid of Leesburg, Va., allegedly turned over 23 audio recordings and nine video recordings to Syrian intelligence officials in Damascus.
Lebanon Interior Minister Marwan Charbel said Wednesday that collaborating with the Israeli “enemy” was the worst crime.
86 people from the Jezzine area were reportedly summoned by the Lebanese Army intelligence to the Zougheib Barracks in Saida for investigation, An Nahar reports. Those people don’t have warrants against them. They haven’t done anything wrong – unless having a Facebook account is a crime!
The stealth C.I.A. drone that crashed deep inside Iranian territory last week was part of a stepped-up surveillance program that has frequently sent the United States’ most hard-to-detect drone into the country to map suspected nuclear sites, according to foreign officials and American experts who have been briefed on the effort.
Beirut , Lebanon – With reports of the CIA shutting down in Beirut, Al Jazeera explores the extent of intelligence infiltration in Lebanon.
Iran’s armed forces have shot down an unmanned U.S. spy plane that violated Iranian airspace along the country’s eastern border, the official IRNA news agency reported Sunday. An unidentified military official quoted in the report warned of a strong and crushing response to any violations of the country’s airspace by American drone aircraft.
A Syrian-born naturalized U.S. citizen pleaded not guilty Friday to charges he spied on anti-Syrian government protesters in the United States.
The Future bloc slammed MP Michel Aoun’s Change and Reform bloc on Tuesday accusing it of “blackmailing the country .” In a reference to the energy bill proposing to transfer $1.2 billion in funds to the Energy Ministry,
Justice Minister Shakib Qortbawi told Al Mustaqbal newspaper that he has contacted prosecutor Judge Said Mirza and asked him to handle the case of the 3 Hezbollah spies as revealed by Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah during his Friday speech .