Grapel takes off from Cairo, heading for Ben Gurion

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October 27, 2011 17:51

 
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Ilan Grapel, who was accompanied by the representatives who negotiated for his release, took off from Cairo on his way to Ben-Gurion Airport on Thursday after being freed from jail in Egypt.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s envoy Yitzhak Molcho and Kadima MK and former deputy Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) head Yisrael Hasson travelled with the dual US-Israeli citizen in a private jet. Hasson told Israel Radio that Grapel was in good health.

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