(Worthy News) – Speaking at the outset of Knesset’s winter session, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett revealed on Monday that Israel’s Mossad spy agency launched an operation in September to learn about the fate and whereabouts of Israeli Air Force weapon systems officer Ron Arad, who crashed over Lebanon in October 1986 and was declared missing ever since.
“It was a complex, large-scale and daring operation. That’s all there is to say right now. We made another effort on the way to understanding what happened to Ron,” said Bennett. Security sources later said that the mission has failed.
Several hours later, the Prime Minister’s Office released a statement saying the operation was successful, contradicting previous reports. [ Source (Read More…) ]
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