In recent years, observers and human rights activists have noticed a decrease in the number of homeless people on the streets with special needs and Alzheimer’s patients, or wandering children fleeing from orphanages and others, with the outbreak of a scandal involving the serial killer Al-Sisi’s complicity and participation in the ugliest forbidden trade on earth, in which the bodies of people are exploited. Egyptians as a bank for human organs around the world.
In mid-August 2017, a German journalistic investigation prepared by the journalist “Tilo Michki” was issued for the German Proscheiben channel entitled “Blood Trade,” which was filmed entirely inside Egypt with hidden cameras, live interviews and recorded testimonies, documenting the terrifying role played by Egypt as one of the three most important countries in the world trade in human organs.
The involvement of the generals
The trade in human organs has become very popular in Egypt, especially after the years of the coup, where press reports confirmed that “the gang of serial killers Al-Sisi has become one of the most prominent mafias in the world in this field.”
Reluctantly and reluctantly, the security services announced the discovery of human organs trading networks in the Abu Nomros area, south of Giza, and said that “doctors, nurses and brokers obtain organs for the poor and needy for small sums, and then sell them to foreign and Arab patients for large sums.
Observers and experts say that “Egyptian laws suffer from major loopholes and do not constitute a deterrent to human organ traffickers, as the current law criminalizes trading in human organs, but at the same time it allows organ donation to others, a loophole that organ traffickers exploit to evade legal prosecution, as they are forced to The poor have to sign documents confirming that they donated their organs for free.
The law punishes those involved in human organ trade with the death penalty in the event of the death of the person transferred from or to him, but in the event of the death of any party, the penalty shall be imprisonment for brokers and the suspension of doctors participating in the crime for a period of no less than three years and not more than 10 years.
For his part, political science professor Mostafa Kamel El-Sayed said that “Egypt has become an incubator environment for corruption and crime in all its forms, pointing out that the corruption of the medical system in Egypt is one of the biggest reasons for the existence of human organs trade.”
Kamel explained that “organ trade has existed in Egypt since the nineties of the last century, but it has increased sharply in recent years, due to the absence of oversight. Even the last case that was exposed involved university professors and major hospitals, both governmental and private.”
He stressed the need to “tighten oversight and tighten penalties on corruption and human trafficking cases, by enacting a deterrent law that punishes all those involved in this heinous crime with the death penalty.”
For his part, political researcher Gamal Marei said that “the organ trade mafia in Egypt involves senior officials and private hospitals, stressing that this trade will not end with the arrest of some of the accused every period without finding a real deterrent to criminals, raising awareness within the community and eliminating social problems that force the poor to Selling their organs for money.
Marei added that “the regime deals with this phenomenon in a disastrous manner, as it refuses to recognize it, pointing out that the Ministry of Health denied the validity of the dangerous German report on organ trade in Egypt, which the whole world watched, instead of confronting the matter with courage and discussing how to eliminate it.” saying.
cover up crime
In this context, a recent investigative investigation conducted by a German journalist in Cairo revealed; On shocking facts about the organ trafficking mafia in Egypt and the extent of this phenomenon in the country, the report indicated the involvement of a network of doctors, laboratories and hospitals in organ trade operations.
Source: بوابة الحرية والعدالة by fj-p.com.
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