The former head of Israel’s forensic institute is on the record fessing up about a gross practice the Jewish state has been engaging in using the dead bodies of the Palestinian people it continues to bomb and kill.
Dr. Yehuda Hiss, the ex-top dog of the Abu Kabir forensic institute near Tel Aviv, admitted back in 2000 that Abu Kabir was harvesting skin, corneas, heart valves and bones from the bodies of Palestinians and foreign workers, often without permission from their relatives.
Hiss explained in the interview, which was just aired again on Iran’s state-run Press TV, that Abu Kabir also picked apart the dead bodies of Israeli soldiers and citizens who perished in war or for some other reason, again without permission or consent.
“We started to harvest corneas … whatever was done was highly informal,” Hiss said. “No permission was asked from the family.”
Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet reported that Israel also killed Palestinians on purpose just to harvest their organs, though there does not appear to be any concrete evidence to back that claim, says The Guardian.
Aftonbladet did, however, quote Palestinians stating that young men from the West Bank and Gaza Strip were being seized by Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers before later being returned organ-less to their families.
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As usual, Israel is crying “antisemitism!” in response to damning revelations
According to the Israeli military, yes: these kinds of things did happen in the past – but no longer, the regime claims. Is this actually true?
With the latest developments between Israel and Gaza, it is anyone’s guess what might be happening now that Israel is declaring open genocide against the millions of civilians who live in Gaza.
“This activity ended a decade ago and does not happen any longer,” the Israeli military claims today about the organ harvesting racket that it admits was a real thing back in the 1990s.
While Israel committed the horrific practice on more than just Palestinians “by a long shot,” admits Nancy Scheper-Hughes, a professor of anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, it is important to bring it up again in light of current events.
“The symbolism, you know, of taking skin of the population considered to be the enemy, [is] something, just in terms of its symbolic weight, that has to be reconsidered,” Scheper-Hughes is quoted as saying, referencing the Holocaust claims about lamp shades and soap.
Now, Israel’s health ministry is trying to claim that all this past organ harvesting was done with permission.
“The guidelines at that time were not clear,” the entity said in a statement to Channel 2, which aired the documentary featuring Hiss’s claims. “For the last 10 years, Abu Kabir has been working according to ethics and Jewish law.”
In an attempt to shut down the conversation, Jewish authorities are also trying to claim that the dredging up of past infidelities by Israel against its enemies is just more “antisemitism,” this being Israel’s “race card,” so to speak.
Whenever Jewish entities do not like what another person is saying, they are quick to play the “antisemitism” card in an attempt to shut that person up. It used to work like clockwork, but the powers that be appear to have lost control of the narrative thanks to the power of the internet.
“This is all to rebuild the third temple in Jerusalem unhindered by Palestinians so they can seat their antichrist in the temple so everyone worships him,” one of our own readers wrote about Israel’s endgame for Gaza.
“Then they can enslave us all with their mark of the beast, which has already started to be introduced in the EU.”
In many ways, modern-day Israel treats Palestinians and non-Jews the same way the Nazis treated Jews during World War II. Learn more at Genocide.news.
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