A 7-year-old Palestinian girl was recovering this week after receiving a kidney transplant from a Jewish seminary student killed by a suicide bomber. Jonathan Jesner, 19, of Scotland was killed when a Hamas bomber blew up a bus in Tel Aviv. He had been studying to be a doctor, and his family said he would have wanted to donate his organs with no limitations. “If he could have helped people during his life, he would have, but at least he can help people in death,” said his brother Ari. A grateful Yasmin Abu Ramila drew a picture of a flower, herself, and a heart for Jesner’s family.
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