Israel's harsh protests, Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet published a second article accusing the Israeli occupation army of harvesting Palestinian organs.Here's the LINK to my post about the Zionist smearing Swedish women because the article was published in Sweden. Zionist logic, you have to admire the insanity of it............UPDATED, you may be interested in read THIS
In the article, published Sunday, Oisín Cantwell and Urban Andersson report from the northern West Bank village of Imatin, where 19-year-old Bilal Ahmad Ghanem was killed during a clash with Israeli occupation soldiers in 1992.
Ghanem's family says that his body was returned several days later, wrapped in hospital bandages. Aftonbladet published what is said was a photo of the body, which had a scar running from the neck down to the abdomen.
The second article, titled "Mother never stopped suffering; she never stopped wondering," quoted Bilal's brother as saying that the killed teen was "hunted by Israel for protecting his people."
The brother, who was 15-years-old at the time, recounted the shooting incident. "A number of (Israeli occupation) soldiers ambushed (the Palestinians) and opened fire. The fist shot hit (Bilal) in the chest, the second in the leg. We believe that he was still alive after sustaining the two bullet wounds."
The mother, Sadija, told Aftonbladet "they could have arrested him, but instead they decided to kill him.
According to the family, the Israeli occupation army demanded NIS 5,000 (about $1,300) to return the body. "It was the middle of the night. The soldiers caused an electrical power outage in the entire village. Bilal was returned in a black bag; he had no teeth. The body was stitched from the neck all the way down to the abdomen," the Swedish newspaper quoted the mother as saying.
According to the article, when asked what happened to the body, the occupation soldiers said it had undergone an autopsy in Tel Aviv. The family, however, says Bilal's organs had been stolen.
Meanwhile, Israeli electronic site Ynet considered Monday the Israeli reactions over these reports as childish behavior saying that Israel is now engaged in a very childish “battle” with the Swedes.
The site added that “the correct response to a tabloid article on the harvesting of organs from Palestinians by our soldiers should have been, at most, a derisive remark from a Foreign Ministry official.”
The report concluded, “The most Israel can do now is to collectively drop the matter and issue a statement recognizing the Swedish government as friendly and devoid of anti-Semitism. Yes, Israel will be admitting to a mistake, which is ultimately the adult thing to do.” source
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