Israeli Doctor Saved Abbas’s Life This Summer, Says Report

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A report in Israeli news revealed that when Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas was close to death this summer, Israel sent a specialist to Ramallah who helped save his life.

According to Ynet, doctors feared Abbas would suffer complete systems failure when he was admitted to Istishari Arab Hospital in Ramallah with pneumonia on May 20, 2018, his second hospitalization in just 24 hours.

When Israel learned of Abbas’s condition, it offered to admit him to an Israeli hospital, a gesture that was declined.

When it became clear that Abbas was on the brink of death, Israel sent a top specialist to Ramallah, who joined a team of doctors from around the world who were treating the P.A. leader. Just two days later, Abbas’s condition began to improve, and he was discharged from the hospital a week later.

Since then, Abbas has returned to work, though he has reportedly quit smoking. He has also reportedly suffered a severe reduction in energy and developed problems with memory loss.

The Times of Israel reported that it questioned P.A. officials as to the veracity of the information, and they denied the involvement of any Israeli medical professionals in Abbas’s recovery. JNS.ORG

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  1. I wish my doctors were so good. Half these animals do not even know a jew must keep kosher in America. Enjoy telling the doctor each time you see him why jews do not marry non-jews or find goodness in their faith.

    Really nice he gets good care. Hope it keeps the bullet in our security guns ready. He seems to give others incentive for us to put it there.

    Best bullet? The ones in your doctor’s presentations. We know the art.

    Shoot it forward. We need any medicine to know something about jews? Maybe Abbas dreams a new dream. Perhaps to go outside of Zion permanently. I have growing hope the doctors in Israel never would ask me to explain why I do not eat treif. Is that too much to ask? It interrupts care.


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