He then added: “One of the reasons it’s so expensive is because you have to shmear (meaning pay various individuals for their assistance) all the time.” in the global organ market was affirmed by an ex-Israeli army officer, arrested in Brazil in 2004 for illegal organ trafficking.
The Israeli defendant told a Brazilian court that “Israel finances organ brokerages in other countries through their national health services.” Although there are ‘religious objections’ by ultra-orthodox Jews regarding organ transplants, the US Talmudic rabbis and their enablers in Israel have no ‘monetary objections’ to making a million or two from blackmarket kidneys, hearts, and organs…
“The more it’s spread the better,” Rabbi Nahum said.
Video recordings reveal that negotiations between Dwek and the rabbis took place in parking lots, back alleys, diners and boiler rooms, with thousands in cash being stuffed into to their synagogues to launder money for countless others.
Saudi expert James Dorsey, a senior fellow at Singapore's S.