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Friday, August 13, 2010

Israel traded terrorists for photographer?

Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, claimed on Thursday that Israel had released an undisclosed number of prisoners terrorists in exchange for the release of Rafi Hadad, a dual national (Israeli and Tunisian) photographer who was released from Libyan captivity this week.
Seif al-Islam Gaddafi told reporters that the Israeli-Tunisian dual national was not a spy and corroborated the man's story that he was in the country to photograph heritage sites connected to Libya's vanished Jewish community.

"This person was naive ... he is not a spy and I made use of this issue in favor of our Palestinian brothers in Gaza," he said. "Palestinian prisoners were released in exchange for releasing the Israeli."

Gadhafi would not say how many Palestinians were released for Hadad, who was freed Sunday after five months in jail.

Libya bans Israelis from entering the country, though Hadad was traveling on his Tunisian passport at the time of his arrest.
Let's see the evidence. I don't believe we gave up anything. The release was negotiated by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Austrian tycoon Martin Schlaaf (one of the former owners of the 'Palestinian Authority's Jericho casino).


At 5:34 PM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

Time to execute terrorists.


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