Now more than 90% of organs harvested for the international black market begin their journey from beheaded Syrian or Iraqi donors.
Tripoli, Libya, May 2 – Executioners for the Islamic State complain that they are having a hard time meeting the monthly quota of organs to remove from victims for shipment to Israel, even with an upswing in prisoner killings.
It has long been established that Israel uses its proxies in the Islamic State and other jihadist groups to sow regional and global instability, but over the last two years the Zionists have exploited the alliance to seize control of the international market in organ trafficking. They have done so, say experts, by achieving a near-monopoly on the supply of fresh organs, taken primarily from freshly executed IS prisoners. As a result, those experts estimate, Israel stands to profit immensely, as each organ can fetch tens of thousands of dollars from patients desperate for a donation.
Organs are only useful for transplants if removed from the donor more or less at the moment of death; although different organs degrade at different rates, none will be usable within a few minutes after his or her death. To capitalize on the availability of so many organs, Israel has dispatched medical teams to IS-held areas to advise and assist in the mass-harvest procedures. Some of the teams have traveled discreetly, but others are merely counted in the staff supposedly sent to Nepal last week.
The trend marks a shift in Israeli sourcing methods. Until last year, the primary source for harvested organs was Palestinians, especially Palestinian children abducted in the dead of night and never returned. However, the unrest in Syria and Iraq, and the close ties known to prevail between Netanyahu’s government and the various IS affiliates, combined to present Israel with an unprecedented opportunity to both expand its control over the supply of organs and avoid media scrutiny and risking exposure of the ongoing scheme in mainstream news outlets.
Reports of Israel harvesting Palestinian organs have surfaced in publication before, but seldom, if ever, have received serious acceptance internationally. The outlandish nature of the crime predisposes those encountering the accusation to disbelieve it, even knowing that perpetrating such heinous acts would not be below the Zionists. However, Israeli leaders still prefer to maintain the operation’s under-the-radar status, and therefore embraced the opportunity to outsource the harvesting to areas not as densely packed with international journalists. The shift took nearly a year to implement, as it required training of local teams across Syria and Iraq, and setting up a robust, real-time information exchange to guide execution teams in seeking tissue-type matches for specific clients.
Now more than 90% of organs harvested for the international black market begin their journey from beheaded Syrian or Iraqi donor, via refrigerated vehicle, to rebel areas facing the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights, and from the Golan to Haifa’s Rambam Hospital, where they are distributed across the globe to waiting patients once payment has been received. Whereas Palestinian organs used to account for fully half of such global traffic, the Palestinian share is down to 5% – and those mostly come from migrants dying in the Mediterranean Sea, not through Israel.