All Merkaz Harav wounded out of danger

All the remaining wounded from the terror attack on Jerusalem's Mercaz Harav Yeshiva on Thursday are out of danger, according to the capital's Shaare Zedek Medical Center and Hadassah-University Medical Center in Ein Kerem. Shaare Zedek spokeswoman Shoham Ruvia said Naftali Shetreet, 14, has improved and though he is in intensive care, his life signs are improving. The boy, from Sderot, suffered bullet wounds in various parts of his body. Eli Klaufeld, 28, who was in the yeshiva library at the time of the attack but is not a student at Mercaz Harav, is in good condition. Two other wounded were released Sunday from Shaare Zedek. Hadassah spokeswoman Yael Bossem-Levy reported that two others wounded in the terror outrage are in moderate condition, and one was lighly wounded. Nadav Eliahu Samuels, a 14-year-old pupil at Mercaz Harav's yeshiva high school, is still in intensive care but not in danger. He is, however, attached to a ventilator. Samuels, the eldest of four children who hold Canadian, British and Israeli citizenship, was shot by the terrorist several times in the chest and legs. Shimon Bazam, 17, who is being treated in the cardiothoracic surgery department, is steady, while Shimon Yahav, 19, suffered from light shrapnel wounds in his foot. All together, 10 who were at the yeshiva, had been wounded.