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Dead Palestinian Boy Saves Lives Of Six Others

was clinically dead, I remembered my brother."

"I don't mind seeing the organs in an Israeli or a Palestinian. In our religion, god allows us to give organs to another person and it doesn't matter who the person is," he told Israeli channel Two TV.

Tzvi Ben-Ishai, the deputy director of Rambam hospital, said the uncle of Ahmed, who lives in an Israeli Arab village, is a member of a nongovernmental organisation that seeks to improve the understanding and dialogue between Israelis and Arabs. It was he who helped the desperate parents make such a difficult and great decision.

Ben-Ishai added that the boy's parents decided to donate his organs "to bring hearts closer and bring peace closer".

When leaving the hospital, Jamal al-Khatib expressed his only wish: to meet the recipients of his son's organs to ensure that they were healthy. "The most important thing is that I see the person who received the organs, to see him alive," said the father.

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