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Moshe Feiglin: Israel’s Moral Responsibility to Protest China’s Organ Harvesting

At Monday’s caucus on China’s organ harvesting, hosted by MK Moshe Feiglin, Feiglin once again declared that Israel has a moral responsibility to protest the organ harvesting and torture of the Falun Gong and other minorities in China. The caucus was attended by Labor Coalition Chairman MK Hilik Bar, MK Nissim Ze’ev from Shas and MK Boaz Toporovsky from Yesh Atid,  Canadian Deputy Foreign Minister and candidate for Nobel Prize David Kilgor, journalists and dignitaries.

After hair-raising personal testimonies by survivors and witnesses, Canadian Deputy Foreign Minister and candidate for Nobel Prize David Kilgor praised Israel for leading the way in its legislative battle against organ harvesting. Professor Jay Lavi noted that since Israel changed its organ transplant law, demand for Chinese organs from Israelis has stopped. He urged Israel to continue the struggle against China’s crimes against humanity.

Pictured right to left: Researcher, author and journalist Eitan Goodman, Former Canadian Deputy Foreign Minister and candidate for Nobel Prize David Kilgour, MK Moshe Feiglin

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