Three Egyptians, six Israelis accused of spying for Israel

Prosecution have accused nine suspects, three Egyptians and six Israelis, including four working at the Israeli military intelligence (Aman) of spying for Israel.
Charges also include transferring information over areas of armed forces deployment, headquarters of security ambushes, infiltrators, jihadists as well as situations in Rafah to harm national interests.
Prosecution called for the arrest of the suspects who are at large, and have been referred to criminal court.
Supreme State Security Prosecution’s investigations showed that the suspects are Danni Ovadia, Aharon Danon, David Yakov, Shlomo Sofer, Abdallah Salim Ibrahim a-Rakiva and Omar Herev Abu Jared and three other Egyptians who alledgedly spied for a foreign country from December 2006 to May 2013.
Prosecution claims the suspects received US$40,200 and LE30,000, two mobile phones, two watches, credits for Israeli phone lines and that they were promised with two commercial stores in return for working with the Israeli military intelligence and providing it with information.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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