May 13, 2013 (TSR) – Egypt State Supreme Security Prosecution has ordered the imprisonment of the second man accused of spying for the Zionist regime in Rafah according to Al-Youm Al-Sabe.
Head prosecutor, Hisham al-Qarmuti, has ordered the imprisonment of another man for the charges of espionage for the apartheid regime for 15 days according to the website.
The prosecutor has finished the investigation on a second man, and has decided to lock him under heavy security in Torre prison.
According to the report, Egyptian security forces announced that they had dismantled a spy network, and arrested the ringleader.
The investigation revealed that he had been in contact with Mossad agents by his mobile phone.
The report says, after the Egyptian security forces arrested the ringleader, took number of people in Rafah into custody and after interrogating them, released them.
Last month, an Egyptian man also confessed to passing on military and political information to Israel’s Mossad spy agency according to Egyptian security sources.
The Bedouin man, identified only as Auda T, told Egyptian security forces that he provided Mossad with details about demonstrations and protests throughout Egypt.
The suspect, 35, also said he obtained samples of missiles used by Hamas’ military wing, the Al-Qassam Brigades.
He told interrogators that he received $300 for each piece of information he passed on to Mossad and $1,000 for each photo he sent detailing military sites and army activity in Sinai.
Egyptian forces arrested the man and say he is the main suspect in a network of eight members passing information to Israel.