Security forces arrest Arab Israeli dentist suspected of being Hamas money man

The Shin Bet domestic intelligence agency and the Israel Police’s Northern District arrested an Arab Israeli dentist, on suspicion of funneling large funds on behalf of Hamas, security forces said Tuesday.

Khazi, 31, was charged on Tuesday at the Nazareth District Court in an indictment from the Northern District Attorney’s Office with contact with a foreign agent, forbidden activity involving property for terrorist purposes, multiple transport of Palestinians in Israel illegally, and tax fraud offenses.

The arrest, carried out on April 6, saw the Northern District’s Central Unit and Shin Bet personnel arrest Malak Khatib, a resident of Kfar Kana in the Lower Galilee.


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