Via The Morning News ... if you sign up to be an organ donor in Israel, you move higher up on the list in case you need an organ.
I understand the thought process behind this policy, but I am not sure I agree with it. What if someone else needs the organ more than you do? This is the country with the lowest rate of registration in the Western World, so your chances might be slim otherwise. Would you take advantage of this? Two kids I want to see growing up and a life I haven't finished yet vs (what I assume would be) a "faceless/nameless" other might make me say yes.