Just a quick style-book comment on this otherwise excellent article. Instead of referring to someone as "being wheelchair-bound" I encourage everyone to switch to language like "someone who uses a wheelchair" - this is a more positive, active and accurate description. My son, who is 36 and has spina bifida, has used a wheelchair since he became too big for a stroller. His wheelchair enables him to be mobile and independent. It frees him - he is "unbound" thanks to being able to use a wheelchair.
U.S. to deliver 8 advanced F-16s to Egypt on July 30-31, U.S. embassy in Cairo says (Reuters)
from the article: Why don’t more of our communities welcome Jews with disabilities?