The more they scream 'anti-Semite' the more guilty they appear
Israel and her rabid band of Zionist backers are howling like a dog scalded with hot water that the stories coming out about illegal harvesting of human organs is 'anti-Semitic,' the ploy they always use when sordid truths come out about the Zionist entity.
What 'anti-Semitic' publications have been carrying these stories?
For one, the JPost in a May 2007 article "Israeli suspected of organ trafficking "
The Israeli involved was Professor Zaki Shapira, one of Israel's leading transplant surgeons.
And another 'anti-Semitic' media outlet, the New York Times, owned by the Jewish family of Sulzberger and their story:
THE ORGAN TRADE: A Global Black Market; Tracking the Sale of a Kidney On a Path of Poverty and Hope
Another article on organ snatching from the JPost that appeared in their July 2007 edition:
"Police uncover illegal organ trade ring"..... in Israel, using cutouts in the Ukraine.
Yet another story from the October 2000 JPost, "Presumed guilty" about Scottish tourist Alastair Sinclair.
The family of Alastair Sinclair, a Scottish tourist, who, hanged himself in an Israeli jail, was forced to bring suit for the return of missing body parts.The Sinclair story raises several gruesome questions, one, did the family get the organs back and if so, how did they know they belonged to Alastair w/o DNA testing?
University of Glasgow pathologists, who did an autopsy at the request of Sinclair's family, found that it had been returned without a heart (which they suspect was used for a transplant) and without the crucial bone needed to confirm the claim that he died from hanging.
And did Alastair actually commit suicide or was he murdered for his organs?
What's the Swedish paper, Aftonbladet, have to say about this? THEY'VE PUBLISHED ANOTHER ARTICLE ABOUT ISRAELI'S HARVESTING HUMAN ORGANS!
Despite Israel's harsh protests, Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet published a second article accusing the Israeli occupation army of harvesting Palestinian organs.Good to see that there are still some countries and media outlets that haven't succumbed to Zionism. Back to you, Mr. Netanyahu.
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..
Sunday's article maintained that the organ-harvesting matter "should be investigated, either to stop the relentless Palestinian rumors, or, if the rumors prove to be true, stop the trade in body parts."
Plan on celebrating the anniversary of 9/11 in a BIG way?
Nothing like a big explosion and huge fireball to get people's attention, right, Mr. Netanyahu?
An in-depth story about harvesting human organs from the unwilling and unsuspecting is Organ Selling, Organ Theft.