The trial of former Israeli minister Gonen Segev, accused of spying for Iran, started at the District Court of Jerusalem on Thursday.

Segev, the former energy and infrastructure minister of Israel, is indicted on charges of allegedly committing ‘aggravated espionage’ and carrying out ‘various missions’ for Tehran, including proving them with sensitive information about locations of security centres and Israel’s energy industry.

“It is a bit difficult to ignore the severity of the situation, that a former minister spied for a country considered to be among the main enemies of the State of Israel,” said a prosecutor after the hearing, which was held behind closed doors for security reasons.

 

 

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Expect this to happen more and more as the corrupt Israeli state collapses in on itself.
Their own citizens, at least the ones with a conscience, are beginning to realise the game is up and their terrorist proclivities are no longer tenable throughout the wider world.
Expect also a few more Yitzhak Rabin moments when they start to point the finger of blame and like the jewish mafia that they are take each other out.

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Oh so i see they’re adopting the U.S’s style of orchestrated media. I bet that dude dont have anything to do with iran and that this is all just part of their ongoing smear campaign against Iran to try demonize them even tho they’ve been butchering arabs day by day

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I was thinking exactly the same thing! He has done to betray the powers that be, but at the same time it’s convenient to blame Iran.

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Oh dear he’s wearing a bullseye kippa … don’t fancy his chances.