Monday, August 24, 2009

Aftonbladet Swedish paper publishes another article on organs harvest

"The Aftonbladet Swedish newspaper published another report providing further details on the ‘organs harvest’ allegations in which reporter Levy Rosenbaum said that Israeli soldiers shot and killed Palestinian youths to trade their organs.

Two of Aftonbladet reporters went to the Amateen town, near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and obtained information from the mother and the brother of Bilal Ghamin, the Palestinian youth who was killed by the Israeli army at 19, during the first Intifada.

His mother said that on May 13, 1992, the soldiers airlifted her son to Israel and several days later, his body was sent to them in a black bag.

She added that his teeth were all removed; his body was cut open from throat to abdomen, and was badly sewed.

His brother, Jalal, said that he believes Ahmad‘s internal body parts were removed in Israel....."

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