Report: Swedish reporters reassesses his account of IDF organ trafficking

Army Radio Bostrom reco

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November 12, 2009 10:27

 
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Swedish journalist Donald Bostrom, the author of an article claiming the IDF harvested organs from dead Palestinians, has reevaluated his position on the matter, Army Radio reported on Thursday morning. According to the report, Bostrom recently canceled his participation in a Beirut conference, the goal of which was to slander Israel. Sources close to the journalist related that Bostrom's recent visit to Israel and the fair dialogue he held at a Dimona conference caused him to think twice about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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