United Hatzalah's training excercise.
(photo credit: COURTESY UNITED HATZALAH)
There’s a group of people on the front lines of the recent violence in the capital who, in their daily lives, are barbers, accountants, wedding singers and the like – normal folk. But at any instant, they could be called upon to drop what they’re doing and try to save a life.Take Danny Ben-David. A photographer by day, he lives a couple of blocks away from Jerusalem’s Bnei Torah Synagogue, where in November two terrorists perpetrated a brutal attack on congregants who had gathered for morning prayers.
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