The European Parliament on 7 December, 2012, addressed forced organ harvesting in China, NTD News stated.
Justice for the World applauds Amnesty International for addressing the unthinkable. We hope this shall soon be given the highest priority by all major human rights organizations to help push this to the frontage of every newspaper in the world. It is that important.
What can you do?
Sing the petitions and spread the word.
For Americans: Sign the petition at the White House
For all citizens in the world: Petition the US President, European Parliament President, and the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General
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