“With a generally well-educated population of 7.4 million and a modern medical system, Israel has an acute shortage of organs, in part because of religious beliefs. Just 12 percent of Israelis are registered donors, meaning they have consented to let their organs be used for transplants after they die,” wrote Jewish Bloomberg, November 1, 2011. In other words, an Israeli Jew is forbidden to donate his organ but allowed to steal it from non-Jewish human body under their religious belief.
In 2007, when Italian-Israeli Jew historian Professor Ariel Toaff in his book ‘Bloody Passovers’, agreed with Christians’ allegation of the ‘Blood Libel’ ~ he was hunted down by the Zionist mafia, so much so, that several Israeli lawmakers called for his arrest. The poor chap got so frightened that he recalled his book and apologized to fellow Jews for believing in the truth.
In 2010, Israel lobby group, Anti-Defamation League, asked Romanian President Traian Basescu to remove a new coin which depicted the picture of former Romanian Orthodox Church Patriarch Miron Cristea, who also acted as prime minister of the country in 1938-39. He is blamed for flaring-up anti-Semitism by some Jewish groups.