Shin Guess reveals try by Hezbollah to recruit Israeli residents

Hezbollah in Lebanon is working to recruit Israeli civilians with the intention to perform terror actions for the Shi’ite terror group, an investigation by Israel’s Shin Guess safety company has discovered.

The Hezbollah cell, in addition to the id of Hezbollah detainees and recruits, was found following the June 6 arrest of two Israeli civilians from the northern Arab city of Majdal Krum and their subsequent interrogation by the company.

The investigation discovered that Beirut Hamud, a feminine Israeli citizen who’s from Majdal Krum and at the moment residing in Lebanon together with her husband Bilal Bizari, has been working on behalf of Hezbollah. Hamud works as a journalist for the Al-Ahkbar newspaper affiliated with the phobia group. As a part of their work for Hezbollah, they recruit Israeli residents to work for the group.


Based on the Shin Guess, Hamud had been interrogated by safety forces in 2013 on suspicion of contacting Hezbollah activists that she had met at a convention in Morroco in 2008, in addition to one other convention held in Tunisia in 2012. Following the 2013 interrogation, she moved to Lebanon, the place she married Bizari.

In December 2019, Hamud met with two Arab-Israeli ladies in Turkey who had been later interrogated by the Shin Guess on suspicion that throughout the go to, an try was made by Hamud and her husband to recruit them into Hezbollah.

As a part of the investigation, the 2 ladies had been verified to have met with Hamud. Details about the assembly in Turkey was additionally confirmed, in addition to how Hezbollah operates via Hamud and her husband with the intention to recruit extra Israelis for Hezbollah actions.


After the investigation was accomplished, the 2 ladies had been launched beneath restrictive circumstances.

As a part of counterterrorism efforts, the Shin Guess acknowledged that it contacted Bilal in Lebanon, warning him that Israel is conscious that they’re recruiting for Hezbollah – and that regardless of the press credentials they possess, they need to stop their makes an attempt to recruit Israel civilians.

“The Shin Bet will proceed to work resolutely to watch and thwart any espionage or terror actions by Hezbollah,” the company stated in an announcement, stressing “the good severity attributed to the exploitation of Israeli citizenship in assistance from terrorist and espionage actions.”