3 Israelis Charged With
Selling Weapons In CentAm

By Haaretz Service

The Guatemalan Justice Ministry ordered the arrest of three Israelis on Friday, on the suspicion that they illegally sold weapons in Central and South America. According to suspicion, the three sold weapons that were eventually acquired by the right-wing militia in Colombia.
The three men - Ori Tzoler,Uzi Kislevitch, and Shimon Yelnik-Sharam - are employed by the Girsa factory.
According to suspicion, the company purchased 3,000 Kalashnikov rifles , as well as five million bullets from the Nicaraguan government, and
tried to resell these to the Panama police. The weapons eventually reached an underground militia in Colombia.



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