Four kidnapped Iranians diplomats are in Israel; former prisoner
Lebanon-Iran, Politics, 9/10/2005
One Iranian prisoner who spent 17 months in al-Khayyam jail, in south Lebanon, said on Friday that he saw in his own eye the four Iranian diplomats who were kidnapped in Lebanon during the Israeli invasion in 1982, alive in one of the Israeli jails.
The former prisoner Sayed Muhammad Musawi told the Iranian Moher' agency that the so-called Lebanese Forces militia group detained him in 1989, and he was taken to al-Khayyam prison until the ICRC succeeded in releasing him, after he had spent 17 months in prison,
Musawi explained that he had met with the four diplomats, when officials in al-Khayyam prison forced them to disclose their identity, but they refused.
Musawi said that he stressed during his meetings after his return back to Iran that the four Iranian diplomats who are the charge de affairs Mohsin Musawi, the military attache in the embassy Ahmad Matosilian, the diplomat at the embassy Taqi Rastkar, and the journalist and photographer in the Iranian news agency ( IRNA) Kazem Ikhwan are still alive.
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