One of the worst mass atrocities of this century is being committed in China and the world needs to act to end it, a senior lawyer has told the UN. London-based lawyer Hamid Sabi told the UN Human Rights Council on September 24 that hundreds of thousands of innocent people have been killed for their organs in China. An independent tribunal, that Sabi is a member of, found in June that it was proven beyond doubt that large-scale organ harvesting in China was and is occurring.
This is a fatal blow to humanity in general and human rights in particular. Organ transplantation to save life is a scientific and social triumph but cutting out the hearts and other organs from living, blameless, harmless, peaceable people constitutes one of the worst mass atrocities of this century. Chinese citizens abroad and even back home, together with immigrants, who are meeting and connecting with each other on iMiMatch are denouncing and rejecting these horrible acts.
They are sharing suggestions on the possible measures to take to ensure that this barbarism stops, once and for all. It is true that it is the legal obligation of the United Nations’ member states and the duty of the Human Rights Council to address this criminal conduct but the Chinese people on iMiMatch are also playing their part. They are rallying and gaining world attention and support over the matter by sharing it extensively on social media. This alone is getting the world to know and join those on iMiMatch, in denouncing these atrocities.