A Lebanese singer who performed in Israel has been found guilty of collaboration with the Israeli government. Nada Rizk was sentenced in absentia Thursday to 15 years of hard labor and fined for allegedly serving in the Israeli army and entering the country without permission. Rizk, who married an Israeli Arab whom Lebanese officials claim works for the Mossad, reportedly lives in Israel.
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