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Monday, June 21, 2004


UN Ambulances Used As Armed Terrorist Transports

On June 1 of this year I linked to a post at AE Brain about how armed Palestinian Terrorists had been caught on tape being transported by a UN ambulance in the middle of a firefight (a clear violation of the UN's purported role in armed conflicts). Well, it would appear that we have a similar situation on our hands here (via The Command Post):

IDF troops arrested three Palestinian suspects in the West Bank on Monday night, including a senior Tanzim official, who the army said tried to escape from authorities by traveling in an ambulance.


Faraj said he needed the ambulance because he was suffering from appendicitis, but according to the intelligence information that led to Faraj's arrest, he was using the ambulance as a way to escape from Israeli security forces.

Faraj was brought to Hadassah University Hospital, Ein Karem (Jerusalem), for a medical check. He was then transferred to the Shin Bet security service for questioning.
Interesting. It seems that a pattern is developing. Why is this not splattered all over the evening news? If a UN ambulance were being used as a troop transport or an escape pod for Israeli troops or military leader you could bet the farm CNN would be running a 14-minute story ever quarter hour.

Just another example in a very long line of 1) UN dirtbag-ness and 2) Media bias.


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