Deja vu all over again: Pal Arab "minister" accuses Israel of harvesting 'Palestinian' organs

 Blood Libel against the Jews?  But of course:

The ‘Palestinian Authority’ minister of prisoner affairs uncontrollable rage Issa Qaraqi  accuses Israel of – what else – harvesting ‘Palestinian’ organs.  (Carl has the gory details)

But as always int these cases, just take a closer look and you’ll find that its Muslims who do exactly what they accuse us of:

Prosecutor Appointed to Investigate Kosovo Organ Harvesting… (ROP)

Here I would bet my last dime that  serious crimes have been committed. But I’ll bet just as much that justice will not prevail in Islamic Kosovo,  just like in the Hariri-Hezbollah case in Lebanon.

(ANSAmed) – PRISTINA/BELGRADE, AUGUST 29 – EULEX, the European civilian mission in Kosovo, today announced the appointment of U.S. prosecutor John Clint Williamson as head of the team that investigates reports of human organ trafficking in Kosovo by the end of the ’90s. (More)


More sterling behavior from the entity that wants to be handed a state in September without acting like one. This new form of blood libel has become popular in the past few years, bolstered by a bogus story in a major Swedish paper in 2009, and surfaces every now and then in one form or another.

Never mind the substantive accusations against jihadists in Kosovo of doing exactly what Issa Qaraqi is accusing Israel of doing. These allegations will be given far more credence.

They will also be used as a pretext for additional violence and threats against Israel, as Qaraqi surely knows. “PA minister claims Israel harvests Palestinian organs,” by Herb Keinon for the Jerusalem Post, August 30:

The Palestinian Authority Minister of Prisoner Affairs Issa Qaraqi’ was quoted Sunday as saying Israel is the “major harvesting and trading center” of body organs in the world. His comments come even as the Defense Ministry is recommending to the government the release of a few hundred Palestinian prisoners to PA President Mahmoud Abbas in September to try and create a better atmosphere in the West Bank.

The prisoner release is part of a number of steps being discussed, including the return of the bodies of terrorists buried in Israel, whose goal is to improve the overall attitude on the Palestinian streets in advance of September.

The prisoners to be released would be Fatah members, none of whom is on the list being discussed for a possible deal with Hamas for the release of Gilad Schalit.

By contrast, the Saudi-based Arab reported Sunday that Qaraqi’, “during the national day of Palestinian campaign to retrieve martyrs’ bodies,” accused Israel of harvesting parts from “the bodies of dead Palestinian martyrs without the consent of their families.” According to the website, Qaraqi’ said Israel was holding on to the remains of “Palestinian martyrs to conceal the crimes it committed against the martyrs’ bodies and to punish their families.”

Claiming that Israel was “holding the remains of 338 Arab and Palestinian fighters” in secret cemeteries, he said the “holding of the martyrs’ remains for many years casts doubts and accusations that Israel assassinated them after detention, or harvested their organs.”

The PA minister’s comments were swiftly denounced by Israel, with Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor saying that by “promoting heinous lies and blood libels, the Palestinians may score a few cheap points among the ignorant and the racists, but they will not be gaining any dignity and respect.

Well said.

Dealing in hate mongering will not lead anyone to respect them,” Palmor said, adding that “they that sow the wind, shall reap the whirlwind.”


Israel on alert for another major attack after 10-man cell crosses from Gaza into Sinai

On alert for Islamic Jihad’s potential Ramadan finale. “Vilnai: 10-man terror cell planning attack from Sinai,” from the Jerusalem Post, August 30.

Egypt has reportedly launched raids in Sinai, reasserting control after having “completely lost” it there, by some estimates.