A diplomatic row between Sweden and Israel has emerged after a leading Swedish tabloid printed an article suggesting Israeli soldiers stole body parts from Palestinians after killing them.
Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros visited a family at the centre of the organ trafficking controversy.
Jalal Ghanem says his brother Bilal was airlifted by an army helicopter to a hospital in Israel after being shot in a Palestinian village.
When his dead body was returned for burial, an autopsy had been carried out without the family's permission, and the family suspects his organs had been taken.
Palestinians such as late President Yasser Arafat have previously accused Israel of organ harvesting, but no conclusive proof has been provided.
Israel has called the article "blood libel" and urged the Swedish government to condemn it.