In Israel, Jewish man's kidney donated to grateful Arab woman after his lynching

Yigal Yehoshua was lynched. He was 56 years old with a wife and two children. He was one of six brothers in a close-knit family.

An Arab mob set upon him as he drove to his home in Lod, one of Israel’s mixed cities where violence exploded last week.

Yigal Yehoshua was lynched. He was 56 years old with a wife and two children. He was one of six brothers in a close-knit family.

Yigal Yehoshua was lynched. He was 56 years old with a wife and two children. He was one of six brothers in a close-knit family. (Courtesy Yehoshua family)

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“He was a man of charity,” his brother, Efi Yehoshua, told Fox News. “Just because he had such a big heart, we said we will donate his organs. We have been honored to do so. They will live because of him.”

Yigal was stoned and beaten, apparently just because he was a Jew, in a community that turned ugly overnight. 

Badly beaten, Yigal somehow managed to drive himself away from his attackers. He made it all the way to his driveway, where he collapsed. Yigal never woke up and after several days in a coma, he succumbed to the attack.

Yigal Yehoshua was beaten and killed by an Arab mob during violence that broke out in Lod last week.

Yigal Yehoshua was beaten and killed by an Arab mob during violence that broke out in Lod last week.

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