Posts Tagged ‘David matas’

Human Rights Lawyer David Matas Warns of Forced Organ Harvesting in China at Medical Law and Bioethics Congress in Israel

David Matas, a distinguished international human rights lawyer instrumental in bringing Nazi criminals to justice, attended the 24th World Congress on Medical Law and Bioethics at Tel Aviv University in Israel in September. The congress was held at the Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv September 2-6, 2018. Mr. Matas presented a poster on the subject…

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What Australia can do to avoid complicity in foreign transplant abuse

By David Matas Because of shortage of organs, patients in need of transplants wait endlessly and become desperate, spurring transplant tourism. The Government of China has been sourcing organs from prisoners in large numbers, in violation of international ethics. I and other researchers have concluded that these sources are mostly prisoners of conscience Christians, Buddhists,…

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South Korea: Forum on China’s State-sanctioned Live Organ Harvesting Held in National Assembly

Canadian lawyer David Matas and American reporter Ethan Gutman were invited to participate in a forum in the South Korean National Assembly on October 13, 2016. The forum focused on China’s mass killing of prisoners of conscience, especially Falun Gong practitioners, for organs. Members of the National Assembly, students from medical and law schools, and…

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Major Danish Newspaper Covers Chinese State-sanctioned Organ Harvesting Crimes

Berlingske, one of the largest newspapers in Denmark, published two full-page articles on October 12, 2016, revealing the state-sanctioned organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China. The articles were titled, “When political prisoners are killed to order” (Når politiske fanger bliver dræbt på bestilling) and “Members of religious movement used as organ storage” (Medlemmer…

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