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Still No Parole for Israeli Spy Con...

Israel does not suffer spies lightly. Over a decade has passed since Israeli spy and businessman Nahum Manbar was convicted of treason. He put Israel’s national security in danger by selling potentially harmful info and materials to enemy state Iran, both of which could have helped Iran advance their chemical weaponry.

Manbar was sentenced to 16 …

Tracking Hezbollah’s Every Mo...

In the espionage trade, half the battle is figuring out how to operate in stealth mode and the other half, figuring out how to closely track everyone else (even though they too are aiming to be completely undetectable). Recent discoveries show that Hezbollah hasn’t been faring too well on the first half of that battle for …

Iran: Questionable Espionage Charge...

Iran’s ranking high on the espionage radar at the moment. They’ve just officially accused seven leaders of the Baha’i religion, whom they’ve been detaining in Iran for the last eight months, of spying on behalf of Israel.

The word on the street is that there are no legitimate grounds for the charges. Indeed, even the word …