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Lebanon Tuesday indicted four people, including a Syrian dissident and his Lebanese wife and a U.N. peacekeeping force employee, of collaboration with Israel and providing its intelligence agency, the Mossad, with information with the aim of assassinating political, religious and security officials, judicial sources said.The four were identified as Ramez al-Sayyed, a Syrian dissident, his Lebanese wife Salam Shukur, Tannous Jallad, a Lebanese and an Israeli agent who lives in Israel, and UNIFIL employee Hani Matar.The four suspects were also accused of providing Israel with information with the intent of assassinating two pro-Hezbollah religious figures – Sheikh Maher Hammoud and Sheikh Saheeb Habli – in the southern city of Sidon, in addition to monitoring the convoy of General Security chief Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim while driving from Beirut to his southern hometown of Kaouthariyet Es Siyad in Sidon, monitoring the movement of Sidon's former MP Osama Saad as well as the posts of the Lebanese Army, Hezbollah and the Hezbollah-affiliated Resistance Brigades in the city, the source said.
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