Skip to comments.Video Depicting Terrorists´ Use of UN Ambulance Released....link to video included
Posted on 05/31/2004 1:15:41 AM PDT by priceofreedom
Video Depicting Terrorists´ Use of UN Ambulance Released 01:37 May 31, '04 / 11 Sivan 5764
A new video, made available over the Internet, clearly depicts Arab terrorists using a United Nations ambulance as a getaway car during recent Gaza attacks.
Much has been reported albeit not in the Western press about United Nations and Red Crescent vehicles transporting terrorists and firearms. Now a web site called Access Middle East has obtained footage taken on May 11 in Gaza's Zeitoun district by a Reuters cameraman of UN ambulances being used by Arab terrorists to transport weapons and personnel.
Cut and paste the following link into your web browser or media player to view the video: e.tln0.com/ame/archives/reuters_UN_amblulances_11_may_04.wmv
A Reuters representative and I sat together early Friday morning May 8th at their Jerusalem bureau to edit down several segments of the longer un-edited material, writes Dave Bender, Senior Editor of Access Middle East. The material left out, in order to keep the file size minimal, consisted of random similar scenes of armed and unarmed Palestinians thronging the street seen in the clip. This accounts for the somewhat jumpy cuts. However, nothing relevant has been deleted or distorted from this version, adds Bender.
Israel's Channel 10 television station has already aired the footage of armed Arabs in southern Gaza using UNRWA ambulances to flee undercover. The pictures were taken in the Zeitoun neighborhood of Gaza City the same night that an Israeli armed personnel carrier was blown up by terrorists; six IDF soldiers were killed in that incident on May 11, and five were killed in a similar attack the next day.
Reporter Yinon Magal stressed that this was not a Red Cross ambulance of the Palestinian Authority, often known to have transported armed terrorists since the outbreak of the hostilities, but rather a supposedly neutral ambulance of the UN.
On May 14, Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz said that PA Arabs had also used the UNRWA ambulances to transport the body parts of Israeli soldiers killed in the attack on the APC.
Speaking to Israel Radio, Mofaz decried "the inhumanity and depravity of Palestinians in violating the honor of Israeli soldiers and the fact that they used UN ambulances and UNRWA to spirit away body parts from the site of the attack." Mofaz added: "I hope that the UN secretary-general will say his piece on this issue."
There have also been developments in the case of phony ambulances which have been used to smuggle terrorists into Israels pre-1967 borders from Judea, Samaria and Gaza. Police in the Maaleh Adumim region north of Jerusalem, working with detectives and security agencies have an Israeli Arab in custody for allegedly assisting in the operation. Two additional ambulances were recovered in the Maale Adumim area, reportedly stripped of identifying emergency vehicle markers in an effort to evade investigators. Police have also found forged documents for the emergency vehicles as well as documents used by PA personnel masquerading as emergency crews operating on them.
A trace of the two newly recovered vans brought police to the center of the country. The vehicles belonged to two Israelis who junked them at some point. They have since been rejuvenated and adorned with emergency stickers and lighting to pose as ambulances for the purpose of bypassing security forces. The investigation continues.
NO YOU JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND!!
see john kerry wants all us military vehicles to have the un logo on them.that way, you see the terrorists won't bother them.you see it's a brilliant plan.we can set up a regular schedule to pick them up to perform their next murderous excursion and maybe provide a call a humvee service for them.
GOD PROTECT US ALL!
Israel should be releasing videos and photos of all Muslim war crimes.
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