Sheikh Raed Salah's office bugged by Israeli telecommunications company
The Islamic Movement confirmed that a wiretapping device was concealed inside a telecommunication box installed by a Bezeq (Israeli telecommunications company) employee in the office of Sheikh Ra'ed Salah, chairperson of the Islamic Movement in Israel.
The Islamic Movement reported that a Bezeq employee arrived at the Movement's offices in Umm al-Fahim on the March 13th, following an unexpected fault in the telephone lines, which required Bezeq sending a technician to investigate.
The technician arrived and after having checked the lines, replaced the telephone wires box and reactivated the line.
Yet the unexpected line fault aroused suspicion and the new box was checked and a sophisticated micro microphone was discovered inside the plastic covering of the new box, almost undetectable, and was only found after the inside layer of the plastic case was broken open.