PM asks Eidelman to stop hunger strike, IMA head refuses

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August 2, 2011 23:05

 
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The Prime Minister's Office said Tuesday night that Dr. Leonid Eidelman, chairman of the Israel Medical Association, came to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's official residence in Jerusalem and that Netanyahu expressed his concern about Eidelman continuing his hunger strike into its ninth day.

Although Netanyahu asked Eidelman to stop his fast, the IMA chairman did not agree.

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