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Larry's Letters

Feb. 27, 2019

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Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian

Center for the Study of Social Difference
Columbia University
1200 Amsterdam Avenue
767 Schermerhorn Extension, MC 5510
New York, NY 10027

Dear Professor Shalhoub-Kevorkian,

Your accusation that Israel steals Palestinian body parts has released my from the terminal shame I carry about my part in this body-part theft.

My name is Mordechai Kelev-Glidah. The Israeli government put me in charge of kidnapping Palestinians, anesthetizing them and removing body parts, and then placing them in secret rehab hospitals, and finally, after they recovered, returning them back to their families.

In order to keep families from missing their family members, we focused a secret microwave on family members that effects brain chemistry so families would endure a short term memory loss and not report a missing person.

When the family members missing a body part came home, no one missed him or her and life went on as usual except for the mysterious absence of a shin or jaw, or in the case of one returning woman, four inches shorter.

I sincerely hope that my confession will add credibility to your cause and that you will be successful in prosecuting Israel for stealing Palestinian body parts.

Sincerely yours,

Lawrence C. Shapiro,

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