Beirut's Military Tribunal. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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The Military Tribunal sentenced three men to prison for providing Israel with intelligence on Hezbollah Tuesday.Salemeh, Idris and Hasan, all Lebanese nationals, were arrested in Oct. 2017 and charged with communicating information to Israel.In a separate incident, two Lebanese nationals were questioned Tuesday after they allegedly contacted Israelis through Facebook.Finally, H.K. noted that an Israeli activist had tried to persuade him through Facebook to promote peace between Israel and Lebanon.H.K. said he was not aware that contacting Israelis and people residing in Israel is illegal.
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