A European Union (EU) prosecutor says an Israeli man suspected of running an organ trafficking network has been arrested in Israel.
“We have received information that Moshe Harel has been arrested in Israel on organ trafficking and other related offences,” EU special prosecutor Jonathan Ratel said.
Harel is wanted in Kosovo, where he and his colleagues reportedly carried out some 30 illegal kidney transplants and removals. Kosovo authorities have issued an international arrest warrant for him.
Harel’s trafficking ring used to prey on donors from poor Eastern European and Asian countries, who were promised about 15,000 euros (USD 19,000) to become organ donors.
Israel has not yet confirmed Harel’s arrest.
Reports earlier this week by Ha’aretz, indicate that at least 10 Israeli citizens were arrested for being members of an organ trafficking gang.
The Italian New Generation Foundation for Human Rights and the Everyone Group has presented evidence indicating that Sinai locals harvest the organs of the people they transfer to Israel. In this connection, a number of mass graves have been found containing the corpses of Africans missing some of their organs.
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