He follows the dictum: "What's mine is mine, and what's yours is mine. This article brought to mind an amazing story of changing hearts and the resistance to changing hearts. A Palestinian's young daughteer was shot by the IDF and died. After her death he decided to donate the organs of the child. I believe it was the heart that would go to a small girl from a Hassidic or ultra Orthodox family, another organ went to a Druze child. When the father visited both families the reception was very different. The visit to the Orthodox family was clearly uneasy and stiff. The Orthodox father even had second thoughts about meeting the palestinan father. Finally, he received him and it was very uncomfortable since he had never conceived of a Palestinian in this contxt. It was not in his vocabulary. His whole religious impulse was against it. Yet one has to believe that this incredible action by the Palestinian did crack his heart open a bit. One hopes. God bless that Palestinian father.
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