CBNNews.com - GAZA STRIP - The High Court is reviewing a petition for clemency by a Gaza resident who said he has been working for the Shin Bet (General Security Agency) for the past year.
According to the petition, the man and his Israeli wife have two children and a third on the way.
About a year ago, he was arrested as an illegal resident in Israel.
The Shin Bet said the charges would be dropped if he would work as an undercover agent in Gaza.
After being warned by the Shin Bet that Hamas was on to him, he left his living quarters, which were ransacked by Hamas operatives who found evidence that he was helping Israel.
The IDF operation in the Gaza Strip has put him in imminent danger and the State is morally obligated to help him leave the Strip, the petition states.
The High Court ordered the government to respond by Monday afternoon.
Source: YNet news