Ilan Grapel

Egypt: Israeli 'spy' treated well

Cairo's al-Ahram weekly says suspected spy Ilan Grapel was allowed to speak with his parents

Alleged Israeli "spy" Ilan Grapel was given permission to speak with his parents and told then he was treated well, Cairo's al-Ahram weekly reported Tuesday.


The newspaper said that the conversion lasted nearly an hour, during which he "stressed that he was detained legally, according to a Prosecution Warrant, that the intelligence officers are treating him humanely and that all his needs are being met."


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    The phone call was made in the presence of an Egyptian prosecutor. Grapel reportedly told his parents his interrogations were taking place at the State Security Services' headquarters, "in accordance to the law."


    Garpel reportedly stressed he was doing well, describing how authorities never questioned him unless his appointed counsel was present.



    פרסום ראשון: 06.21.11, 12:28
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