Another well intentioned Jewish Convert to Islam

Thanks to Angry Arab for the link.

"Israel said on Sunday that an Israeli man who has been arrested in Lebanon is not a spy, and his father said the young man converted to Islam several years ago and immersed himself in Arabculture.

"Lebanese officials announced the arrest of Daniel Sharon on Saturday and said they had handed him over for military interrogation because he visited Lebanon frequently.

...Sharon was arrested on Thursday as part of an investigation into the murder of a Lebanese citizen...Media reports said that police in the Merje area, a hotbed of the Lebanese Shi'ite Hezbollah movement in Beirut's southern suburbs, were investigating the killing of Moussa al-Shalaani when the probe led them to Sharon.

Al-Shalaani had been shot with a gun belonging to a security officer who had been his roommate. The roommate was summoned for questioning, and maintained he had lost his gun. The roommate also said that at the time of the murder, he had been with a German friend, who was staying at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in Beirut's luxurious Verdun neighborhood. A hotel employee told the police that Sharon had paid him not to write his full name on any documents.

..."But further investigations into the case showed that Sharon had a friend in the Lebanese security offices who used to facilitate his entries to Lebanon," the source added...A Lebanese security agent was also held for questioning about his relations with Sharon after the two maintained contacts online, said officials.

...The media also reported that Sharon had visited Lebanon 11 times since 2005, once immediately prior to the Second Lebanon War. His last visit began four days prior to his arrest, and he was scheduled to leave on the day of his arrest. Sharon had sent his security-officer friend on trips abroad on several occasions, and in exchange the man had helped Sharon within Lebanon."

Read here 'The Convert Phenomenon'

Read here: Mossad easily operating in the world of radical islamist groups.

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