Alhakim made his charge on forced organ removal at a meeting of the UN Security Council.
According to Alhakim, bodies found in common graves show parts were extracted through surgical incisions. The organs are said to have been sold to make money for the Islamic State.
In China, allegations of forced organ extractions date back to 2006. Extracted organs are sold in state hospitals to foreigners and rich Chinese for over $100,000. The victims are prisoners of conscience such as Christians, Tibetans, Uyghurs, and human rights activists.
China promotes “transplant tourism” catering to rich foreigners who travel to have transplants done immorally, but less expensively.
China expert and human rights specialist Ethan Gutmann, author of The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China’s Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem, estimates that over 65,000 Chinese opponents have suffered this cruel form of extermination.
According to a report by al-Monitor, Alhakim said that since 2014 ISIS has harvested and shipped organs to a Mosul hospital, an area under its control.
The organs are smuggled to Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey and then sold in the black market around the world, the Assyrian International News Agency reported.
China has admitted removing organs from prisoners and says the number of organ transplants is around 2,000 per year. However, according to research cited by the newspaper, the real annual figure exceeds 10,000.
Similarities between Islamic State terrorists and Communists are greater than it looks at first sight.