A footballer died in a car accident, his family agreed to donate his organs
The 23-year-old Mikdad Bedoui, a former player of M.S.
Kfar Kasem died of his wounds at the Beilinson Hospital: "The parents made a brave and humane decision"
Tuesday, 09 August 2022, 19:54
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The family of the 23-year-old football player Mikdad Bedoui, who was killed in a car accident, agreed to donate his organs to save lives.
The deceased grew up and played during his career in MS.
Kfar Qasim, which is currently in the National League.
He played with the team when it was still playing in the first league and with it he was promoted to the minor league.
In the last three years, he played in another team from the village, Hapoel Kfar Kasem Shua, which plays in the second league.
A fake Mikdad arrived at Bilinson Medical Center after being injured in a car accident.
The medical teams fought for his life, but in the end they had to declare him brain dead.
The utilization of the organs and the transplants will take place tonight (between Tuesday and Wednesday) and during the whole day tomorrow.
A relative of the deceased Issa Razi: "Maqdad's parents made a brave and humane decision today. They agreed to donate the organs of the deceased Maqdad, because this act saves human life. The religion of Islam respects human life and the parents are at peace with their decision, since they believe in faith It is great in the verse in the Koran, that every living thing, one soul, is as if it gave life to an entire world."
Razi also added: "The family did not set any conditions to whom the donation would go, without any distinction between religion, race or gender. The only goal is to give life to other people and to know that a part of their son lives and breathes in another person. May Makdad's memory be blessed, may God have mercy."