Red Cross trucks arrive in Lebanon with bodies of terrorists

A Red Cross tractor-trailer has arrived in Lebanon carrying wood coffins with the bodies of Lebanese and Palestinian fighters, as part of a prisoner swap with Israel. Hizbullah paramedics in green fluorescent jackets and black caps were unloading the coffins, each marked with a white sheet of paper identifying the remains. The camera zoomed in on one paper that reads: "Unknown... Organization: Hezbollah." The terror group's Al-Manar TV said among the first 12 coffins transferred were eight bodies of Hizbullah guerrillas who died in 2006 war with Israel. One of them is that of Dalal Mughrabi, a Palestinian woman involved in a 1978 attack that killed 35 Israelis.