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In what has been hailed as a groundbreaking case for Israel and possibly the world, a year-old woman's family has been granted legal permission to extract and freeze her eggs after her death. After deciding to donate her organs, Ayash's family obtained an order from the Kfar Sava Magistrate's Court to allow her eggs to be harvested and frozen. Family members had originally requested the eggs be fertilized with donated sperm, since frozen embryos have a greater chance of ultimately producing a child than eggs frozen before fertilization. Though the court ultimately decided to only permit harvesting of the eggs, the case has nonetheless been hailed by authorities as revolutionary. We just received the court order and did the procedure. A lawyer for New Family, an Israeli organization that promotes family rights, echoed those sentiments "If [the family] can prove the fact that she wanted children, I see no reason why not to allow this," Irit Rosenblum is quoted by The Guardian as saying. Still, as The Telegraph points out , the legal and ethical framework for mothering a child after death could turn out to be troublesome, and it has been reported the family may have already had a change of heart and will no longer seek to fertilize the eggs.
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Hapoel Kfar Saba F. The club currently competes in the Israeli Premier League and plays its home matches at Levita Stadium. The club was established in
The first thing you notice about Betty Bausch are her exquisite blue eyes. They—along with her fearless nature and lots of luck—are what enabled her to survive the Holocaust in Holland. Bausch fit the interview in as she prepared to leave the next day for a two-month trip to Holland and Germany, where she will speak about her Holocaust experience to many different groups on the 70 th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps and the end of World War II. Even at her advanced age, Bausch makes four to five such trips a year. Bausch had acted in some plays when she was in high school, and she put those acting skills to good use.