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    • Don Margolis
    • 16.05.10 | 14:11 (IDT)

    Is it not strange that Israel, home of the only laboratory IN THE WORLD producing scientifically-proven stem cells for dying heart patients (500 treated so far) cheers for the science fiction of embryonic stem cells, decades away from use on humans, while ignoring the incredibe achievements of that tiny company in Kiryat Weizmann? Is it not even stranger that when a civil suit against that tiny company hit an Israeli court, the judge sent the Yiddish Gestapo to that company to rip out its computers, steal its technical papers, and try to drive it out of business? A CIVILsuit, with no notice to the defendent that there even WAS a lawsuit! Something every Jewish lawyer I asked in the USA and UK said "is not possible under Israeli law." (The judge came to his senses a week later, but the damage was done, and the lying plaintiffs got off scot free.)

    from the article: Health Ministry bill will allow cloning for stem cell research
    First published 00:00 10.12.03 | Last updated 02:40 10.12.03
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