A July 2018 photo of Gonen Segev (centre), a former Israeli cabinet minister indicted on suspicion of spying for Iran, at the court in Jerusalem. Photo: AFP

Israel ex-minister Gonen Segev sentenced to 11 years in prison for spying for Iran

  • He served prison time before after trying to smuggle 30,000 ecstasy pills into Israel from the Netherlands using a diplomatic passport with a false expiry date
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A July 2018 photo of Gonen Segev (centre), a former Israeli cabinet minister indicted on suspicion of spying for Iran, at the court in Jerusalem. Photo: AFP
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