Who Cares? Israel does

the IDF has just established a company of reserve doctors, medics and nurses who will focus entirely on providing medical care and humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian population.

July 30, 2015 15:48
2 minute read.
Falcons in Israel

A falcon. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)


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Many people feel that, based on recent anti-Israel reports, it is clear the UN doesn’t genuinely care what happens in the Middle East. Any truly caring organization would be cheering the amazing work that Israel performs for the world.

Similarly, Kenneth Roth of Human Rights Watch proved that he could not care less when he mocked Israel for sending medical teams to Nepal. He needs to read accounts such as that of Israel’s Dr. Giora Weiser, who saved many lives while witnessing appalling devastation and trauma.


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