Israel kills Palestinian boys,
steals their organs for transplants


Israel kills Palestinian boys, steals their organs for transplants

Source :
1- Occupied Jerusalem: 9 January, 2002 (IAP News www.iap.org This Message )
2- Resumen News Service http://www.nodo50.org/resumen
3- UNITY NEWS

Israel on Tuesday tacitly admitted that doctors at the Israeli forensic institute at Abu Kabir had extracted the vital organs of three Palestinian teenage children killed by the Israeli army nearly ten days ago.

Israeli Minister of Health Nessim Dahhan said in response to a question by Arab Knesset Member Ahmed Teibi that he couldn't deny that organs of Palestinian youths and children killed by the Israeli forces were taken out for transplants or scientific research.

"I couldn't say for sure that something like that (taking out the organs) didn't happen."

Teibi said he had received credible evidence proving that Israeli doctors at the forensic institute extracted such vital organs as the heart, kidneys, and liver from the bodies of Palestinian youths and children killed by the Israeli army in Gaza and the West bank.

The Israeli authorities normally detain the bodies of martyred Palestinians for a few days without any explanation.

The Israeli army on 30 December killed three Palestinian boys, aged 14-15 near Khan Younis in unclear circumstances.

The army issued conflicting reports on the killing, while Palestinian sources charged that Israeli troops murdered the three unarmed boys in cold blood.

The bodies of the three boys were handed over to the Palestinians for burial on 6 January.

However, shortly before burial, Palestinian medical authorities examined the bodies and found out that the main vital organs were absent from their bodies.

The Israeli media has nearly completely ignored the affair~~~





story and images from:
http://www.ummah.com/inewsletter/massacres/palestine/index14.htm






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