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’Ex-minister Israel spied for Iran’

JERUSALEM – former Israeli Energy minister Gonen Segev was indicted for spying for Iran. Employees of the Israeli security services reported that Segev since 2012, the regime in Tehran was spying.

Segev (left) was from 1992 to 1995, minister.

He would be in different places in the world, Iranian secret agents have met. He was also supposed to two times in Iran. Israel suspects Segev, among others, of providing information to Iran about the Israeli energy, security installations and people who are politically active were.

Segev was from 1992 to 1995, minister. A court in Tel Aviv sentenced him in 2005 to five years in prison for the falsification of a passport and the smuggling of ecstasy from the Netherlands to Israel, according to the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

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