In June, Hezbollah held celebratory ceremonies when Israel freed and then deported to Lebanon a convicted Hezbollah spy, Nessim Nisr, who had served six years in prison.In the context of the lack of information about the condition of Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev--in addition to Ron Arad--just what is it that Israel is supposed to be confident of when terrorists return corpses?
At the time, the militant group handed over the remains of Israeli soldiers in what was seen as a confidence-building measure. [emphasis added]
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Hezbollah's Version Of A Confidence-Building Measure
Supposedly the Kuntar reached a snag because Israel was dissatisfied with the information they received about Ron Arad. The report, by AFP, concludes: