Germany: Arad family told release of Iranian agent won't be delayed

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October 16, 2007 17:00

 
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Germany will not delay the scheduled release of an Iranian agent held in its custody, German officials told the family of missing IDF navigator Ron Arab, Israel Radio reported Tuesday. The Arad's came to Berlin to request that the release be conditioned upon the Iranians providing information on Arad's fate. According to a report on Monday, Arad's family arrived in Berlin after they received documents written by Ron as part of Monday's swap with Hizbullah, in which the body of an Israeli civilian was returned in exchange for a Hizbullah prisoner and the body of two Lebanese operatives.

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