Byon November 6, 2015
Introduction — Nov 5, 2015
Israeli officials have responded with predictable outrage to claims that the organs dead Palestinians had been ‘harvested’, with cries of “blood libel”.
Nonetheless the accusations go back a long way and as Alison Weir has detailed, Israel has a documented history of removing organs from Palestinians prisoners without their consent.
For Israel it’s a win-win situation: because it doesn’t need the consent of dead Palestinians to remove their organs. What’s more the Zionist state has effectivelyadmitted its involvement in the trafficking of Palestinian organs.
Head of Israel’s Abu Kabir forensic institute, Jehuda Hiss, is on record as saying:
“We started to harvest corneas … Whatever was done was highly informal. No permission was asked from the family.”
So despite Zionist protests it’s an open and shut case: Israel has actively been involved in harvesting the organs of dead Palestinians. Meaning that Israel is beginning to resemble Frankenstein in more ways than one. Ed.
Palestinians accuse Israel of harvesting organs of dead attackers
JTA — Nov 5, 2015
The Palestinian Authority’s representative to the United Nations accused Israel of harvesting the organs of Palestinians killed while attacking Israelis.
Israel’s U.N. envoy responded by calling the PA’s accusation a “blood libel.”
“A medical examination conducted on bodies of Palestinians returned after they were killed by the occupying power found that they were missing organs,” Riyad Mansour, Palestinian Permanent Observer to the UN, said in an official complaint to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday, Ynet reported.
The letter said that the bodies were returned missing corneas and other organs.
Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon, in a response to Ban, wrote in a letter that “the Palestinian representative’s anti-Semitic face has been revealed.”
In 2009, the Swedish daily Aftonbladet sparked an angry reaction from Israeli officials and Jewish leaders with the publication of an unverified account that Israeli troops harvested organs from Palestinians who died in custody. Israel squarely denied the accusation.
In 2014, Time Magazine cited the report in a two –minute video about the Israel Defense Forces on its website. It later retracted the allegation.