Israeli embassy staff meet with Ilan Grapel in Cairo

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June 14, 2011 17:39

 
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Staff from the Israeli embassy in Cairo met with Ilan Grapel, a dual American-Israeli citizen who was arrested over the weekend and accused of being a Mossad spy by Egypt.

The embassy officials said that Grapel's condition was good, according to the Foreign Ministry. A statement added that Israel was working for his release.

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