Hadassah Hospital: Extending a 'hand to all'
Hadassah’s hospitals in Jerusalem have served a mixed community of Arabs and Jews for decades. Their mission is to extend a 'hand to all, without regard for race, religion or ethnic origin'.
During the second intifada, when the father of a suicide bomber suffered from heart failure the day after his son’s attack, he shared a ward at Hadassah University Hospital, Ein Karem, with his son’s victims.
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