Soldat IOF nevinovat 

  Inchipuie-ti ce nesansa pe bietul soldat din armata Israeliana: te duci 
ilegal in Liban asteptandu-te sa castigi $200,000 din trafic de droguri si in 
schimb te pomenesti luat captiv si tzinut 3 ani de dusmani... 
  A se remarca actul lipsit de viziune al teroristilor de la Hizballah, care 
n-au priceput ca nu este nimic imoral in drogarea goyimilor din Liban, acestia 
nefiind, dupa cum prea bine se stie, oameni in adevaratul sens al cuvantului...
JERUSALEM: Elhanan Tannenbaum, an Israeli reserve colonel abducted in 2000 in 
Lebanon in murky circumstances and held in captivity by Hezbollah for more than 
three years, admitted Wednesday for the first time that he was a drug dealer, 
Israeli media reported.

Making a court appearance as a witness in a tax fraud case linked to other 
suspects involved in the same drug ring, Tannenbaum admitted that he went to 
Lebanon to complete a drug deal from which he expected to make $200,000 
(€152,000), according to a report on Army Radio.

Tannenbaum, a former high ranking artillery officer, was deep in debt when he 
used a foreign passport to travel to Lebanon, illegal for an Israeli because 
the two countries are enemies.

He was captured by Hezbollah and imprisoned for more than three years, and was 
returned to Israel in January 2004 in a prisoner swap between Israel and the 
guerrilla group.

The lopsided deal drew anger from some Israelis who claimed Israel paid an 
excessive price — the release of 400 Lebanese and other Arab prisoners, a blow 
to Israel's prestige and a considerable boost to Hezbollah's — in exchange for 

Tannenbaum initially maintained that he had gone to Lebanon to seek information 
about Ron Arad, an Israeli air force navigator missing since 1986.\

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