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Relative Of Hamas Leader Hanieyeh Is Being Treated At Israeli Hospital

A family member of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh is receiving life-saving medical treatment at an Israeli hospital, Channel 13 News reported on Monday.

A grandson who was born recently to Haniyeh’s sister is hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit in Soroka Hospital in Be’er Sheva.

A senior hospital official said that the family members are Bedouins from Tel Sheva, a Bedouin town bordering Be’er Sheva, and have Israeli citizenship.

Haniyeh has two brothers and eight sisters, three of whom are married to Bedouin-Israeli citizens and live in Tel Sheva.

Haniyeh, 62, the head of Hamas’s political wing, lives in Qatar, where he enjoys full protection and freedom.

Even after Haniyeh celebrated the depraved assaults, torture, murder and abduction of Israelis, men, women, children, and babies, Israeli doctors are fighting to save the life of his great-nephew.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)

5 Responses

  1. “Hareidim are draft-dodgers.”
    “Why do they think they don’t have to serve?!”
    “It’s a mitzvah to fight for eretz yisroel!”

    For years, many have struggled to understand why yeshiva bochurim don’t feel obliged to serve in the IDF.
    And then they read this article.

    [@M you’re included]

  2. I don’t understand Participant’s point. Many other people also believe that it’s terrible that the state pays for medical care for a close relative of Ismail Haniyeh. And then they fight in the IDF anyway so this patient’s great uncle succeed in killing the rest of us, chareidim included. There are tons of things the state does right and wrong, but that doesn’t mean that a large group should then be able to not contribute in the same way that every other person in the country does. What next, you’ll decide it’s ok to not pay taxes? Because some of that money supports relatives of terrorists? By the way, the policy of assisting sick relatives of terrorists was also in place when Litzman was the minister of health. Make of that what you will; I am sure he discussed this with the Gerrer Rebbe.

  3. to be brief, because i’m in a rush:
    Hareidim are fighting passively. that is to say they’re not making things worse, like these huge tzaddikim, who did serve, are.

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