Israeli Bedouin UDA Tarabin, who returned to his homeland after 15 years in an Egyptian prison, intends in the coming days to file a claim for compensation from the governments of Egypt and Israel.
Tarabin, accused by Egyptian authorities of spying for Israel, requires Cairo several million shekels spent in prison.
From Israel, Tarabin is going to demand compensation for failure to render aid and that the government had not paid money for his family, while the family of another Israeli prisoner in Egypt Azam Azam was received from the state of 10 thousand shekels a month.
As reported by portal NRG, the regional cooperation Deputy Minister Ayoub Kara, who actively participated in the transaction on release of Tarabeen, Tarabeen is trying to dissuade from filing a lawsuit against Israel.
Israeli Bedouin UDA Tarabin was in an Egyptian prison in 1999, when he was 19 years old. He was found guilty of spying for Israel and sentenced to fifteen years in prison.
The 10th of December he was released in exchange for 6 Egyptian, serving in Israel, the punishment for criminal offences.
Israeli media also reported that as part of the deal for the release Tarabeen the Israeli government declined from 2% of income from production in the industrial zone owned by Egypt, Israel and the USA.