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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Family of 'Palestinian' at center of organ harvesting controversy: No evidence Israel took his organs, but maybe they did

The family of the 'Palestinian' who is at the center of the Swedish allegations of organ harvesting by the IDF says that they have no evidence that the man's organs were harvested and never told any foreign newspapers that they had any such evidence. But maybe it happened anyway.
His mother, Sadeeka, said he was shot by an IDF sniper as he walked out of his home. "The bullets hit him directly in the heart," she said.

Ghanem's younger brother, Jalal, said he could not confirm the allegations made by the Swedish newspaper that his brother's organs had been stolen.

"I don't know if this is true," he said. "We don't have any evidence to support this."

Jalal said his brother was evacuated by the IDF in a helicopter and delivered to the family only a few days later.

The mother denied that she had told any foreign journalist that her son's organs had been stolen.

However, she said that now she does not rule out the possibility that Israel was harvesting organs of Palestinians.
But of course.

And of course we have to 'investigate' this blood libel to prove that it isn't so.

How long have you been beating your wife?


At 3:44 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Jews are asked to prove a negative. That they are innocent. Which of course will never be enough for anti-Semites.

What could go wrong indeed


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