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Lutfi Dervishi, clinic director, was jailed for eight years after heading an organ-trafficking ring that performed at least 24 illegal kidney transplants on the outskirts of Pristina, in the former Yugoslav republic of Kosovo
Most of the organs were sold to recipients in Israel, Canada, Poland and Germany.
According to the WHO, a heart can fetch up to £1 million on the black market and a pancreas or liver about £500,000.
Looks to me as if the Jihad has begun in earnest.
At a Trump campaign rally in Rochester, New Hampshire a man in a “Trump” shirt took the microphone and said, “We have a problem in this country. It’s called Muslims.”
“We know our current President is one,” he added. “You know he’s not even an American.”
“We need this question,” Trump replied, smiling.
Then things turned even darker, as the man discussed his beliefs that Muslims were in training camps plotting to kill.
“That’s my question. When can we get rid of ‘em?” the man said.
Trump was unfazed at the casual suggestion of cultural genocide. “We are going to be looking at a lot of different things. A lot of people saying that,” Trump said.
originally posted by: Stormdancer777
Not my assumption, that is what the article **suggested** and BTW.
human organ trafficking , do some goggling, even articles about people dumped in the desert with organs gone, and traffickers in America, immigrants taken immediately to hospital.
7. The Syrian government has made it easier for Syrians to travel.
This might seem to contradict No. 6. But there appears to be no attempt to prevent young men who want to avoid military service from leaving the country. On the contrary, the government has made it easier to acquire passports in recent months – both in Syria and at embassies abroad – and it is possible to defer the military service with a payment of $300.
This has confirmed the suspicions of many Syria watchers that Assad has deliberately encouraged the refugee flow, both to neighboring countries and to Europe, as part of a strategy to empty the country of potential opponents. “The humanitarian catastrophe we are witnessing is an outcome of Assad’s survival strategy,” said Emile Hokayem of the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies. “Assad has sought to shift the burden of dealing with those in Syria who are opposed to him onto other actors.”
Assad, however, blames Europe and the United States for the exodus, saying most of the refugees are fleeing the “terrorism” that he accuses the West of fomenting by supporting elements of the opposition.