Ibrahim Kozli, the young man who recently found the body of missing IDF soldier Majdi Halabi, demanded the NIS 10 million reward promised by the "Born to Freedom Foundation," Army Radio reported Monday.
In January, the Defense Ministry shut down the Foundation, a non-profit organization that had been working for eight years to locate missing Israeli soldiers, including Halabi, citing ineffectiveness.
Last week the IDF confirmed that Halabi's body had been discovered in a forest near Usfiya, seven years after he vanished without a trace.
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