Israeli Terror Victim Gives Gift of Sight

Stand for Israel  |  April 11, 2022

Scene of terror shooting in Tel Aviv, April 2022
(Photo: Israel Police)

Last week, Stand for Israel told you about the horrific shooting attack in Tel Aviv that left three dead and many more wounded. But despite the terror wave currently faced by the Israeli people, The Jerusalem Post’s Shira Silkoff reports on the last act of one of the victims, giving the gift of sight:

As a holder of an Israeli organ donor card, 27-year-old Eytam Magini was able to restore health to patients awaiting transplants, despite his own life being cut short in Thursday night’s terrorist attack on Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Street.

On Sunday morning, the National Transplant Center of Israel reported that Magini held an Adi Card – Israel’s organ donation card – and with his family’s agreement, the corneas of his eyes will be donated for future cornea transplant surgery.

Israel’s organ donor card is named after Ehud “Adi” Ben Dror, who died at the age of 26 from acute kidney disease after waiting for a transplant for over two years…

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