A picture circulated on social media shows of a "Wings of Lebanon" plane at Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport. (social media)
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The agents of a Lebanese airline whose plane was photographed in Israel earlier this week should be tried on charges of collaborating with the enemy, Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt said Friday.Tailwind Airlines Chief Executive Officer Safi Ergin was quoted by Bloomberg as saying that the company had completed the maintenance in two days, rather than the scheduled five days and used the plane for the remaining three days to take passengers from Turkey to Israel and Germany.
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