BEIRUT: Military Prosecutor Judge Saqr Saqr charged Monday the daughter of the disbanded South Lebanon Army of collaborating with the Jewish State.
Arza Saad Haddad, a Lebanese with an Israeli nationality, is the daughter of Saad Haddad, founder of the Lebanese militia which fought alongside Israel during its occupation of south Lebanon 1982 to 2000.
Based on articles 285 and 278 of the Penal Code, Sakr accused Haddad of collaborating with Israel and entering the Jewish state. The case has been transferred to an investigative judge.
Haddad died in the mid 1980s of cancer.
Following the withdrawal of the Israeli Army from south Lebanon in 2000, members of the SLA either fled to Israel or surrendered to face trial.
In June, Arza graduated from a Haifa-based institute Technion with a master's degree in Aeronautics, according to an article published by Times of Israel last month.
The report added that Haddad's research was on Ramjet missile engines for rockets that can travel at high speeds and for long distances.