Israel says it broke up Iranian spy network that recruited women

Israel’s internal security agency has arrested five Israelis accused of spying for its arch-enemy Iran.

The women were allegedly paid thousands of dollars to take photos of sensitive sites, monitor security arrangements, and make connections with politicians.

Lawyers for the women said they did not know the man was an Iranian operative.

They also insisted that the women had no intention of harming Israel’s security.

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