Gaza aid worker found guilty in Israeli court

The World

The six-year detention of Gaza aid worker Mohammed el-Halabi has attracted a lot of attention. He worked for the Christian aid group World Vision and, today, he was found guilty of numerous charges in Israeli court, including funneling $50 million to Hamas. El-Halabi has maintained his innocence through the trial process. Observers say the trial was unfair, citing a lack of transparency and the use of secret evidence. Host Carolyn Beeler speaks with reporter Yardena Schwartz, who was at the courthouse today.

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