Son on former president Shimon Peres: I am remaining optimistic

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 13, 2016 23:10

 
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Chemi Peres, the son of former president Shimon Peres addressed the press outside of Sheba Hospital at Tel Hashomer where his father was hospitalized after suffering a stroke earlier on Tuesday night, saying that his father had undergone a "difficult event."

He thanked the hospital staff and Peres' supporters for their wishes.

"My father is a special individual, I am remaining optimistic. Everyone is praying, please continue praying. We are hoping for the best," he said.


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