Having now read the article in question, it is clear that it is rather dubious journalism. The journalist does not explicitly link the arrests in New Jersey to the killing of Palestinians, but the inference seems clear. As for anti-semitism, I believe it falls short. If he wanted to explore Israel's transplant policies, he should have done that. But the article is merely tabloid. You could easily have stuck in any other nation's army and a national minority, and it would read the same. That is what sells tabloids, but it is not journalism. Ultimately, by giving this article so much attention, I believe the Foreign Ministry of Israel risks falling in the mud.
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