Karam’s case transferred to military investigative judge


National News Agency reported that Military Court Judge Saqr Saqr transferred retired Brigadier General Fayez Karam and the case file of the investigation into his alleged spying activities to Military Investigative Judge Riad Abou Ghida.

According to the NNA, the investigation shows that Karam was an Israeli collaborator.

Karam, a senior Free Patriotic Movement (FPM) official, was arrested last week on suspicion of collaborating with Israeli intelligence.

Karam, 62, graduated from the military school in 1972 as lieutenant. He held several leadership positions in the army, including head of the counter-terror and spying bureau.

Based on articles 274-278, those convicted of spying for Israel could face the death sentence.

Saqr also transferred the case of Elias Riad Karam, an alleged Israeli collaborator against whom a warrant was issued in absentia in June.

Lebanon has compiled a list of 150 cases of espionage, intended to be filed as a complaint against Israel to the UN Security Council , media sources have reported.



3 responses to “Karam’s case transferred to military investigative judge”

  1. try him and fry him. if he’s guilty accept his actions and good riddance.

    i wouldnt be surprised at all if they get gaegae and aoun next.

    and yes maria habeebti if jumblatt is guilty throw him in there.

  2. My million $ question is why all those spies for Israel doing what they are doing ,is it for financial benefit only or they hate Lebanon and adore Israel or they have been wronged by their bosses and my final question is, if they think Lebanon is on the wrong path with party of almighty and Iran and want to collaborate with the enemy so they can save Lebanon or reduce further damage to Lebanon , like all those assasination attempts against Hitler not that they loved communism or the allies but to save Germany from total destruction because they were patriotic more to their homeland then to a lunatic such as Hitler. The investigators really need to find out what drives those spies so they can address the grievences and halt such future spies.

  3. very good point rafik. i like that. kinda like studying serial killers and seeing why they do the things they do.

    very good point.

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