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A glimpse of hope

Abraham Noah Paley, who was seriously injured in the ramming terror attack that took place in the Ramot neighbourhood of Jerusalem three months ago, was finally released home from Hadassah Mt Scopus Hospital last week.

Abraham and his wife Dvori tragically lost their two sons, eight-year-old Asher Menahem Paley and his six-year-old brother Yaakov Yisrael Paley, in this attack. 

Shortly after the terror attack, Abraham was transferred to Hadassah Ein Kerem's ICU, where he underwent surgery. Later, he was transferred to the Rehabilitation Unit at Hadassah Mount Scopus. His care included a range of physical and emotional therapy and support. 

While he was in the Hadassah Mt Scopus Rehab Unit, Dvori gave birth to a baby boy at the same site, in the Mt Scopus Rady Mother and Child Center. 

"Blessed are all those who cared for me and for my wife Dvori, from my arrival at the hospital, in the ICU, in the surgery department, in the delivery room and of course in rehabilitation. They never gave in those complex days and in the most challenging moments gave us strength and hope," said Abraham. 

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23 May 2023
Category: News