Place of Birth: Umm al-Fahm, Israel;
Mahmoud Jabarin, from the northern town of Umm al-Fahm, is convicted under a plea bargain in which he admitted to contacting Hezbollah operatives and helping the organization, which has vowed to destroy Israel.
The Haifa District Court sentenced Jabarin to five years in prison for supporting Hezbollah by providing the Lebanese terror group with photos and videos from sites in the country, which were then published as part of its propaganda efforts against Israel.
He was in contact with two Hezbollah operatives in Lebanon and starting in 2018 provided them with photos of the Lebanon border fence, Hadera power station, Megiddo Prison, Petah Tikva and other locations.
The content was then published via social media and touted as showing Hezbollah’s ability to penetrate into Israeli territory as part of its psychological warfare against Israel.
Jabarin began to support Hezbollah terrorist group in 2005 and chose Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei as his religious guide.
In the years that followed, he maintained two Facebook accounts, each with hundreds of followers, where he would post messages of support for the Iran-backed Hezbollah terrorist group.
Jabarin was given another twelve months suspended sentence effective for three years from his release from prison.
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