Most important Israeli spy given life sentence for assassinating high ranking Hezbollah member
The Lebanese courts on Wednesday issued the convicted spy, Nasser Nader, a life sentence for his role in the assassination of a high-ranking Hezbollah official in 2004. Nader was apprehended by the Lebanese Security Forces in 2009 after they discovered an Israeli spy ring in the village of Ghandouriyah. Known for being one of the most harmful spies in Lebanese history,
Nader spent several years spying on Hezbollah members, while working for the Israeli Mossand in southern Beirut.