Saturday, February 18, 2017

Israel Discovers Cure for Cancer

Simply shoot the sufferer:

"On his way to what was supposed to be his final chemotherapy session, last November, he boarded the wrong shared taxi. Discovering his mistake, he got off and ran across the highway to catch a taxi going in the opposite direction. Israel Defense Forces soldiers, who may have thought he was going to attack them, shot him, seriously wounding him. For the next three months he was bedridden in Beilinson Hospital, in Petah Tikva, most of the time in an intensive care unit. Throughout that entire period, no one in the IDF thought of updating his parents and family about the condition of their loved one. His mother was the only one allowed... to visit him, but even though she came a few times, on all but one occasion she was not permitted to enter his room. Just as his condition seemed to be improving, he died, apparently last week. No one thought to inform the family about his death, or the circumstances surrounding it. Israel has not yet returned the body In his native town of Tul Karm, in the northwestern part of the West Bank, no one believes that Mohammed Aamar Jalad [25] tried to attack soldiers on the way to his last chemo session." (Palestinian dies after being shot by Israeli troops on his way to his last chemo session, Gideon Levy & Alex Levac, Haaretz, 17/2/17)

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