Victims' conditions improve after, days after terror sweeps across West Bank

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 15, 2018 19:57
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Victims of the Givat Assaf and Ofra terror attcks are recovering, Shaare Zedek's Spokesperon's Unit reported on Saturday.
Shira Sabag


Shira Sabag, one of the Givat Assaf victim, "was transferred from a recovery unit to an ordinary ward, and her condition is improving,"  Shaare Zedek's Spokesperon's Unit said. Shaare Zedek also released that Shira and Amichai Ish-ran, the parents of the baby who died as a result of the Ofra attack on Sunday are recovering. They plan to speak to the press this coming Sunday.





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