Operation Protective Edge: Four soldiers and a civilian being treated at Shaare Zedek

Four soldiers and one civilian are currently being cared for at Shaare Zedek Medical Centre.

The hospital has been inundated with well-wishers bearing gifts and messages for a speedy recovery.

If you would like to send a card to any of our patients including the soldiers, please you’re your words of support via this link http://bit.ly/1k5c0NJ

Shaare Zedek’s wonderful volunteers then distribute the cards around the wards

If you would like your wishes delivered to the wounded soldiers pleasewrite “For the Wounded Soldiers” in the field for the patient’s first name on the form

We hope and pray for the speedy recovery ofall those injured in Operation Protective Edge and for the safe returnhome of all of the members of our armed forces

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