Palestine/Israel: IDF bulldozers buried Jenin dead, Palestinians claim
The IDF buried the bodies of dozens of Palestinians killed in fighting in the Jenin refugee camp in a huge mass grave and used bulldozers to cover them up, Palestinian sources said yesterday. The army vehemently denied the allegations.
The Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz reports that, "The IDF intends to bury today Palestinians killed in the West Bank camp ... two infantry companies, along with members of the military rabbinate, will enter the camp today to collect the bodies. Those who can be identified as civilians will be moved to a hospital in Jenin, and then on to burial, while those identified as terrorists will be buried at a special cemetery in the Jordan Valley."
Submitted on Thu, 04/11/2002 - 23:00
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