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Saturday, July 16 2005

Jenin terrorist does Reuters cameo

ZubeidiZakaria Zubeidi (at left), ringleader of the terrorist Al Aqsa Martryr's Brigade in Jenin, is apparently on such good terms with local Reuters reporters that he played a cameo part an an informal 'gag film' some Reuters staffers produced for a friend. YNet breaks this story:

The screening, which occurred in a Jerusalem restaurant last March, involved the showing of a video during a private party. "The video's theme was what Israel would be like in 10 years," said an Israeli government official who attended the party and viewed the video.

"All of a sudden, at the end, there is Zakaria Zubeidi, playing the head of Reuters. Zubeidi was sitting in Reuters' Jenin office, saying he was Reuters’ chief,” the official said. The party included guests from the BBC, ITN, the Independent newspaper, and French journalists.

"They all thought the video was hilarious," the official said. He added that only a few individuals did not seem amused during the screening.



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