'Happy my son's death was avenged, sad it took 20 years'

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 29, 2010 12:49

 
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The mother of IIan Sa’adon, an IDF soldier who was kidnapped and murdered in 1989, told Army Radio on Friday morning she was happy to hear reports that a Hamas operative believed to be involved in her son’s murder was killed in .

Hamas claimed on Friday that Israeli agents assassinated Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in the UAE capital on January 20, but offered no evidence of foul play or Israeli involvement in the man's death.

“I am happy that [his death] has been avenged, but sad that 20 years passed before this happened,” Sa’adon’s mother, Gilbert, told the radio station.

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