Originally posted by Netchicken
Its BS, pure and simple palastinian propaganda.
I am sorry Netchicken, this time you won´t discredit this just by doing a critic like that, first of all the source is Ukranian, i know u will say,
"who will believe a source coming from there" but we start saying that is not Palestinian Propaganda as u all say (because it´s the only excuse you
keep on using on articles like that avoiding the point of it).
Anyway here u have info of the site, and tell me that they are nazis or palestinians and will laugh my ass off. When u read it post what u think about
the source and regret what u said.
Israel has recently become something of a pariah in the transplant world. Without a strong culture of organ donation and under the pressure of angry
transplant candidates, the Ministry of Health has refused to crack down on the countrys multi-million dollar business in transplant tourism that
arranges junkets from dialysis clinics in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to medical centres in Europe and the United States.
"Why should we Israelis be made to travel to third world clinics to get the kidneys we need to survive from the bodies of peasants, soldiers, or
guest workers who may be in worse physical shape than ourselves?" a 71-year-old "kidney buyer" from Tel Aviv asked me rhetorically. "Organs
should be seen as a human, not as a national resource." It was good to see "Avirham," an elderly gentleman, alive and happy with his revitalizing
22-year-old "peasant" kidney. And his living donor? "A peasant, without anything!" he replied. "Do you have any idea what $1,000, let alone
$5,000 means in the life of a peasant?"
For most bio-ethicists, the "slippery slope" in transplant medicine begins with the emergence of a black market in organs and tissue sales. For the
anthropologist, it emerges much earlier: the first time a frail and ailing human looks at another living person and realizes that inside that other
body is something that can prolong his or her life. The desire is articulated: "I want that; I need that even more than you." In terms of
transplants, the kidney has emerged as the ultimate fetish, promising to satisfy the most basic of human desires that for life, vitality and
The sale of human organs and tissues requires that certain disadvantaged individuals and populations have been reduced to the role of "suppliers."
It is a scenario in which bodies are dismembered, transported, processed and sold in the interests of a more socially advantaged population of organ
and tissue receivers. I use the word "fetish" advisedly to conjure up the displaced magical energy that is invested in the strangely animate
kidney. Avirham, who flew from Jerusalem to Georgia for his kidney, explained why he would never tolerate a donation from a corpse: "That kidney is
practically dead. It was probably pinned down under the wheels of a car for several hours... I was able to see my donor. He was young, healthy,
strong. Just what I was hoping for."
Anyway for more accurate source ( UNESCO ) about the trade of human organs in the 3rd world countries
NOT ENOUGH? Here u got some of
Ugur Dündar, Haluk Sahin, and M. Ali Önel of Kanal D's ARENA, Hürriyet Production, Turkey
'The International Transplant Mafia, broadcast in two installments in 1997, exposed a human organ black-market network linking Turkey, the Czech
Republic, and Israel. An Istanbul man, struggling to raise two young children, had agreed to sell one of his kidneys for $8,000 U.S. dollars but later
contacted Arena, Turkey's lead investigative TV program, fearing that more than a kidney might be lost. An Arena reporter with a hidden camera, I
had to do something, you know, to save the kids. That meant I had to give a part of body. God help anyone from making such a decision. It was awful.
Ramazan, 27-year-old father of two, Arena
posing as the donor's friend, accompanied him over the next several days to meetings with organ brokers and a Turkish surgeon. The operation was
aborted at the last minute, when the Arena crew entered the hospital, cameras rolling. The surgeon was denounced by the country's medical board and
was later tried, but Arena discovered another syndicate operating several months later in another city. This time posing as the donor, an Arena
reporter met with an organ broker and agreed to sell his kidney for $5,000. A trip to the Czech Republic for the operation fell apart after Arena
alerted police. The man confessed he was paid to arrange kidney transplants by his boss in Israel, where Arena reporters later unsuccessfully searched
for the syndicate boss. Instead, they found the president of an association of patients waiting for kidney transplants, who said 50 Israelis had been
saved in the last year by Turkish kidneys.
Source of this (International Consortium of Investigative Journalists)
When u are done with reading tell me,
UP next time
"Netchicken, don't tell me that you think CA mind about what you wrote ?
It was just another " anti-Israel " thread ( done by CA, as usual
Of course i did mind and i did reply, with sources and info, something that u didn´t, instead u limited your intelligence in say "another anti israel
thread" , u could have read some, u didn´t i am sure u got the opinion from netchicken and u didn´t bother to read 1 sentence of all the page, now if
u read this reply and the articles in it i´d like to see some smart reply from you sometime, because the only thing u keep saying UP is "anti
israeli" but u don´t back up ANYTHING.
Enjoy the read both of you