TV producer Glicksberg: Arad film authentic

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August 29, 2006 08:42

 
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Israeli TV producer Naftali Glicksberg, who participated in the production of a leading Lebanese TV station's film on Ron Arad, believes that the scenes of the missing Israeli navigator are authentic and that he is easily identifiable, according to an interview on Army Radio. "He's speaking Hebrew, and I think this is authentic material," he said in the interview. "This doesn't just look like him, this is a sound track of an [Israeli] speaking - this sounds like Ron Arad. I believe this is indeed he." Glicksberg said he saw the material on Arad nearly a year ago, but the Lebanese producers refused his request for more details on the origin of the film.

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