Arad family makes contact with Iran, Lebanon

Chen Arad, brother of the kidnapped navigator Ron Arad, reported that his family was able to contact sources directly in Iran and Lebanon in an attemp

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October 14, 2005 10:08
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Chen Arad, brother of the kidnapped navigator Ron Arad, reported that his family was able to contact sources directly in Iran and Lebanon in an attempt to extract information concerning the fate of his missing brother. According to an interview in London's Al Hayat, he stated that the contacted sources included members of the political and religious establishments in those countries, Israel Radio reported Friday morning. Ron Arad, an Israeli Air Force navigator, went missing in 1986 when his plane was shot down over Lebanon.

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