August 27, 2009
Here is another short piece to add to the growing amount of evidence being gathered on this blog regarding this particularly disturbing situation.
"If you saw two people drowning, a Jew and a non-Jew, the Torah says you save the Jewish life first. If every simple cell in a Jewish body entails divinity, is a part of God, then every strand of DNA is part of God. Therefore, something is special about Jewish DNA ... If a Jew needs a liver, can you take the liver of an innocent non-Jew passing by to save him? The Torah would probably permit that. Jewish life has infinite value." ~ Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburgh
Zionist Minister of Health Nessim Dahhan didn't deny that organs of Palestinian youths and children killed by the Israeli forces were taken out for transplants or scientific research.
Here's a story from National Public Radio on 'hunters' being used in Israel to find a donor:
Ms. WASHBURN: Exactly, yes. The complaint quotes from him based on the tape recordings that the undercover agent had made. So he tells them that he would be able to take a blood sample from her uncle and transport it to Israel, and there are hunters there who will find a donor. The cost for this would be $150,000. He says he needs to schmear a lot of people, pay them for their services."Hunter?" Like IDF Hunter-Killer Squads kidnapping Palestinians, who are then taken to Israel's Abu Kabir Forensic Institute where they are gutted for their organs, then either buried in an anonymous grave or cremated to hide the evidence of their grisly crime?
An Organ Robbery in Beersheba"Anonymous' victim in Israel usually means some poor Arab type, just another GOYIM to be used and abused by the 'Chosen.'
Interestingly, the Israeli Anatomy and Pathology Law (1953) allows for "using part of a corpse when it is needed to save the life of a person" without any consent.
This law has very rarely been used and on one celebrated occasion may have brought more damage than benefit. On June 19, 1993, a heart, liver, lungs, and kidneys were harvested from an anonymous traffic accident victim in Beersheba and transplanted in five patients in Israel.
After all attempts to identify the family failed, the hospital staff harvested the organs without consent. This person was not carrying a donor card.
The story was described on the front pages of the daily newspapers as a case of "organ robbery," and public response was so unfavorable that no similar attempts have been made since.
MOLDOVA/TURKEY/ISRAEL ~ ORGAN TRADE
Reporter: Sue Lloyd Roberts (BBC)
In Turkey, Sue discovers that the surgeon responsible for the illegal trade is well known to the authorities, having been repeatedly exposed on Turkish TV, but seems to be continuing his trade with impunity.
Most of the recipients of the kidneys are Israelis because of the very low level of [organ] donations there. From the health authorities in Israel we learn that the practice is now so widespread that insurance companies, subsidized by the Government, are funding these illegal transplants.
It's a shocking indictment of the ways supply and demand can distort the law and ethics. For poor Moldovan villagers $3,000 may be their only chance of a reasonable future, for Israelis on dialysis $60,000 is a cheap price to get back their lives.
Meanwhile fortunes are being made by agents, middlemen and surgeons feeding this demand. The organ trade is illegal in all three countries but the police and health authorities are either unwilling or unable to combat the pressures of these disturbing market realities.