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From Surviving a Terror Attack to the Birth of a New Baby

Monday, Jan 7 2019

Three and a half years ago, Inbar and Ori Azrak were returning from a romantic weekend in Jerusalem when a terrorist threw a Molotov cocktail into their car. Terribly burned, Inbar was successfully treated at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem. Today she is celebrating the birth of a fifth child at Hadassah—a baby boy.  “I’m glad to be back at Hadassah for good reasons,” Inbar says.

 

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