Hezbollah terror group claims to have captured 3 Mossad agents

The Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah publishes photographs, confessions of three supposed agents who work for Israeli Mossad, whose mission was to gather information on political figures in Lebanon, as well as on military sites in Lebanon and Syria.

According to reports, the three were members of a spy cell that operated on behalf of Israel in the Mount Lebanon region. The members of the captured cell are reportedly from Lebanon. According to Al-Akhbar, the cell’s key operative instructing its members from afar was a Lebanese citizen who is currently in Israel.

According to the Al-Manar network, the three are Karem Akram Idris, Kamal Ajud Hassan and Abbas Mustafa Salameh. Reports state that Hassan had admitted to be in contact with several Israelis in ’11, among others with the IDF’s Spokesperson Unit’s Arab Media Liaison, Maj. Avichai Adrei. In addition, he said that he was in contact with an agent named Yosef Fahar, and that his operative’s code name was “cowboy.”

In an article published last week in the Al-Akhbar newspaper, it was claimed that several people working for the Mossad in Lebanon have recently been arrested, and that their interrogations revealed that most of their missions were related to reconnaissance on Hezbollah terrorists and strongholds.