Kidnapped Anglican envoy Terry Waite is alive and being held in the southern suburbs of Beirut, according to a negotiator who secured the release of three French hostages earlier this month. Franco-Lebanese physician Razah Raad told the Independent newspaper Monday that Waite, who turns 49 on Tuesday, was wounded when a pro-Iranian militiaman opened fire on him shortly after he was abducted in January 1986 while on a mission to free foreign hostages in Lebanon.