Indictment filed against woman who illegally crossed into Syria

An indictment has been filed against the Israeli woman who illegally crossed into Syria last month.

Israel scrambled into hostage negotiations that were mediated by Russia and agreed to exchange two captive Syrian shepherds as well as NIS 2 million worth in coronavirus vaccines, according to foreign media reports.

The woman’s name remains under gag order and the indictment was submitted to the Magistrate’s Court in Nazareth behind closed doors.

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