Ahmad Nasrallah denies collaborating with Israel, source says

Kuwaiti daily Al-Rai quoted on Tuesday an unnamed source as saying that Ahmad Nasrallah, an alleged Israeli spy, had denied collaborating with Tel Aviv during all investigations into his activities.

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said during his Monday press conference that an Israeli spy identified as Ahmad Nasrallah—who is not related to the Hezbollah leader—was dispatched by Israel in the early 1990s to tell former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri that Hezbollah was trying to kill him. Nasrallah broadcasted a video showing Ahmad Nasrallah confessing to his actions.

According to the Hezbollah chief, Ahmad Nasrallah was arrested in 1996 and released in 2000, after which he escaped to Israel through the southern border.

According to the daily, Ahmad Nasrallah confessed to swindling $80,000 from Rafik Hariri.

-NOW Lebanon

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