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    • mr Puzzled
    • 10.02.14 | 04:43 (IST)

    As hadassah is a national! Jewish and Zionist treasure, is there not one jewish(or not for that matter) billionaire willing to step up to thee plate to rescue this fine institution The Use is full of scores of"named" hospital, museums art galleries Eg the ex mayor of NY gave 500 millio, ye s500 million to josh Hopkins in US In Canada Scukich gave tens of millions to univ of western

    from the article: Financially-strapped Hadassah beset by strikes, court petition
    First published 01:51 10.02.14 | Last updated 22:27 09.02.14
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