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    • 20.09.09 | 18:52 (IDT)

    It would be appropriate to air all the details surrounding the story, especially those covered by Haaretz years ago, because, the more we find them on the net, it simply looks like denial and cover-up. Organs for money-quote: Abu Kabir head only reprimanded for illegal organ removal 26/09/2005 http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=629017 The ministry's findings, published in April 2001, were severe: The institute, it said, had not only removed organs from bodies without the families' consent; it had also performed autopsies that violated the terms of court orders and deceived both the families and the ministry. The removed organs and tissue, it found, were generally sold to research institutes and hospitals for research purposes, with the money being used to defray the costs of the autopsies.

    from the article: Report: Sweden won't probe paper over IDF organ harvesting article
    First published 23:06 19.09.09 | Last updated 07:41 20.09.09
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