Ch.10 to air exclusive Ron Arad video Tues. night

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September 5, 2006 08:05

 
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Channel 10 will air on Tuesday night exclusive video footage of missing Israeli navigator Ron Arad. The video also contains a never-seen footage of the kidnapping of three Israeli soldiers in the Mount Dov region in 2000. The bodies of the soldiers were returned to Israel in a prisoner swap with Hizbullah. The Lebanese television network LBC will broadcast the first part of the two-part documentary that includes previously unseen footage of Arad, while the second part will be broadcast on LBC at the same time on Wednesday. The footage will also be broadcast at the same time on Channel 10, after the Israeli network bought the rights to air it.

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