Recipient of World’s First Successful Artificial Cornea Transplant in Israel: An Arab Israeli

While the haters urge others to boycott and divest from Israel, we continue to help make the world a better place. The latest example? The world’s first successful artificial cornea transplant.

And here’s the kicker: the recipient is an Arab Israeli.

Jamal Furani from Haifa wasn’t able to see his new grandchild until January 3, when he became the first patient to receive the KPro artificial cornea from CorNeat Vision in Ra’anana.

The 78-year-old Arab Israeli gradually lost most of his vision over the past decades due to corneal disease. He had four donor transplants to try to restore his vision, but all failed.

So much for that alleged “apartheid.”

What a shame for the BDS-holes that they now have to boycott this wonderful technology.

And that it is them who are truly the blind ones.

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