Milad Hatib, 26, from Majdal Krum in northern Israel, was charged in the Haifa District Court Thursday with gathering intelligence for the Lebanese terrorist Hizballah on IDF bases, driving time between them, defense industries, ordnance and arms stores, Arab-Israeli lawmakers and President Shimon Peres’ security arrangements when he travels. In 2009 and 201, Hatib took instruction in Turkey and Denmark from a Hizballah agent on surveillance, gathering data and electronic communications with his controllers.
He was indicted  on charges of espionage and aiding an enemy agent in time of war.