Petah Tikva — Israel on Monday remanded in custody for eight days an alleged Iranian spy, arrested on September 11 carrying photographs of the US embassy in Tel Aviv.Some pictures were released by the government showing the locations he photographed.
News of his arrest was made public Sunday, hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left for Washington and New York, determined to expose what he described as "sweet talk" by Israel's arch-foe Iran.
An AFP cameraman at the court said that in his first public appearance Ali Mansouri, 58, was silent and motionless as he sat in handcuffs, wearing a brown prison uniform.
I don't buy a word of the new Iranian despot's taqqiya at the UN, and this newly discovered case could help expose what a phony he is, if his lackeys sent spies to record locations they could consider targets for jihad. Jennifer Rubin also says that Iran's still a very dangerous enemy, and they shouldn't be allowed to possess nuclears.
Here's more about the courtroom hearing on the Jerusalem Post.