Israeli ex-minister sentenced to 11 years in prison for spying for Iran

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Israeli ex-minister Gonen Segev has been sentenced to 11 years in jail for spying for an enemy state, the Israeli Justice Ministry said on Wednesday.

Israeli security organization the Shin Bet uncovered in June that the experts had captured and prosecuted Segev for going about as a specialist in the interest of Iranian insight. 

The Justice Ministry said that as a major aspect of a supplication deal, Gonen conceded to "genuine secret activities offenses and answering to the foe." 

In the system of the supplication deal, which was displayed to the Jerusalem District Court early Wednesday, the two sides consented to a sentence of 11 years detainment. 


The service said there was a stifler arrange on any further subtleties. 

Segev filled in as vitality serve from 1995 to 1996. He has for some time been disrespected in Israel subsequent to being indicted in 2005 for endeavoring to carry 32,000 chocolate-shrouded rapture pills. 

Shin Bet blamed Segev for being enrolled by Iranian knowledge officers in 2012 through the Iranian government office in Nigeria.