Report: Lebanese woman arrested for trying to call Ron Arad info line

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October 6, 2009 08:41


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Authorities in Lebanon have arrested a Lebanese woman who tried to contact a call center set up to receive reports about missing IAF navigator Ron Arad, Israel Radio quoted a report by the Arab language Al Hayat as saying on Tuesday. According to the report in the London-based paper, the woman had tried to call the number five times. A 10 million-dollar reward has been offered to anyone providing information which helps Israel locate the soldier. The report did give any details about the information the woman allegedly wanted to relay regarding Arad. Lebanese law prohibits any contact with Israel.

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