Wednesday, October 06, 2004
- Wednesday, October 06, 2004
- Elder of Ziyon
TEL AVIV, Israel (Reuters) - Israel has arrested 13 U.N. employees and plans to indict them for 'suspected links to terrorism,' an Israeli army officer said Tuesday.
Maj.-Gen. Yisrael Ziv, speaking to reporters, did not say when they were arrested.
His comments came after Israel backed away from an accusation that Palestinian militants had used a U.N. ambulance in Gaza to transport a rocket to be fired at Israel.
'We have in our hands a list of 13 detainees who are to be indicted, they are U.N. people with suspected links to terrorism,' Ziv said.