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Israeli Hero Recovering at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem

Tuesday, Jul 5 2016

Left to right: Shuki Gilboa sitting next to Dvir Mussai.

Shuki Gilboa, who tackled the terrorist that murdered Hallel Yaffa Ariel, 13, in her bed on June 30 in Kiryat Arba, is recovering from his injuries at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem in the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower.

"Thank you, Hadassah for the wonderful care," said Mr. Gilboa.

He was visited by Dvir Mussai, a long-time Hadassah patient. Mr. Mussai was brought to Hadassah Medical Organization when he was 13, after he stepped on a land mine while picking cherries in a farmer's field, not far from Hebron. Mr. Mussai has undergone more than 30 surgeries at Hadassah.

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