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    • maoriboy
    • 15.02.10 | 07:09 (IST)

    New reports have surfaced on the arrest of yet another Jewish organ trading gang in the United States involved in the abduction of Algerian children. Dr. Mustafa Khayatti, the head of the Algerian National Committee for the Development of Health Research, revealed on Sunday that the New York city police have arrested members of a Jewish gang who abducted Algerian children for their organs. Khayatti said the arrests came after Interpol found that children in western Algeria were abducted and taken to Morocco to have their kidneys harvested. Their organs were later trafficked to the United States and Israel and sold for $20,000 to $100,000 each. The group is said to be connected to Israeli rabbi Levi Rosenbaum, who was recently arrested in New Jersey for the direct involvement in importing human organs. Following Rosenbaum's arrest, US authorities detained some 44 others, including rabbis and mayors in New Jersey, who were prosecuted for money laundering and human organs trade.

    from the article: U.K. lawmaker 'fired over claims IDF harvested organs in Haiti'
    First published 09:52 14.02.10 | Last updated 10:10 14.02.10
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