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August 18, 2009

Leading Swedish Daily Newspaper Accuses IDF of Stealing Palestinian Organs


The Swedish daily Aftonbladet reported this week that IDF soldiers abduct Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip to steal their organs, reports Ha’aretz.

The double spread article, written by Donald Boström and featured in the paper’s cultural section, centers around Palestinian claims that young men from the Territories have been seized by Israel, only to have their bodies returned with missing organs.

The article also attempts to link this phenomenon to the recently exposed crime syndicate in New Jersey, during which several American Rabbis were arrested on charges of conspiring to broker sale of human kidneys.

The article has already received criticism from within Sweden – the daily Sydsvenskan ran an opinion piece blasting Aftonbladet for anti-Semitism and for promoting a Jewish blood libel.

Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor had this to say about the article:

this piece is a shocking example by a popular newspaper of appalling hysteria. Demonization of Israel has become a holy target for the editors, which justifies the most depraved means in their eyes. We expect any Swedish citizen who cares about democracy, to fully reject the libelous propaganda and encouragement of hate crimes included in this disgraceful article.

Posted by NB

Posted by CameraBlog at August 18, 2009 03:53 PM


No. The report is wrong.
Palestinians have been donating and spreading their organs all over Israelis, Israeli buildings and streets.
Israelis have just been picking the organs up off the streets and buildings and disposing them in a respectful manner.

I think the technical term for what is actually happening is called suicide on the Palestinians part.


Posted by: Ray at August 18, 2009 06:10 PM

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