An Australian man committed suicide in a high-security Israeli jail in 2010 after being held for months in great secrecy, Australia's ABC channel said on Tuesday, throwing new light on a case that has rattled Israel.The unsourced ABC story named the man, known previously only as "prisoner x", as Ben Zygier. It added that it "understood" the 34-year-old from Melbourne had been previously recruited by the Israeli spy agency Mossad.Within hours of the report surfacing, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office summoned Israeli editors to ask them not to publish a story "that is very embarrassing to a certain government agency", Israel's Haaretz newspaper said."The emergency meeting was called following a broadcast outside Israel regarding the incident in question," Haaretz said. Shortly afterwards, all reference to the Australian report vanished from Israeli news sites -- including Haaretz itself.Such a gag order is highly unusual in Israel, where state military censors normally allow lo...
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