A terrorist released in the Shalit deal is reportedly hospitalized and under IDF guard.It hasn't ended for the Jewish patient. It was just the beginning.
According to the family of a Jewish man hospitalized at Hadassah in Jerusalem, he has recently had to share his room with a terrorist who was apparently shot in the course of IDF counter-terror activity. The terrorist is under constant police and IDF guard.
The relatives told Arutz Sheva that they have been told that the terrorist was freed in the recent Shalit deal, and was recaptured after engaging in terror activity against Israel. This claim is currently uncorroborated.
The family members claim that the Arab man often behaves in a rowdy fashion and shouts in Arabic. They want him removed from the room.
The Jewish man was brought to the room for recovery from an operation for intestinal cancer. A few days later, the terrorist was wheeled in and he has had to suffer his presence ever since.
The Jewish man's grandson said: "I think it is madness to hold this terrorist in the same room as my grandfather. This is a terrorist with the blood of Jews on his hands – the family is having a hard time dealing with the presence of this thing in our room. I don’t understand – where is the hospital's sensitivity?"
The terrorist who was released in the Shalit deal and was recently hospitalized at the Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem is still in the hospital, Arutz Sheva has learned.I applaud Israel, the IDF and Hadassah Hospital for the care they are giving this bundle of pig's feces, but it would have been more humane if they had allowed him to die upon the operating table. Just a thought.
The story first came to light a few weeks ago, when the family of a Jewish man hospitalized at Hadassah told Arutz Sheva he had to share his room with a terrorist who was apparently shot in the course of IDF counter-terror activity. The terrorist is under constant police and IDF guard.
The relatives said they had been told that the terrorist was freed in the recent Shalit deal, and was recaptured after engaging in terror activity against Israel.
On Tuesday, Arutz Sheva received a complaint from a second family who said that the terrorist is constantly shouting in the room and disturbing the other patients. According to the family, the terrorist is constantly allowed visitors.
The family members said they demand that the hospital get the terrorist out of the room and be more sensitive towards the other patients.
“No way should the hospital become a fortified terrorist prison,” said one family member. “This is total insensitivity. It’s uncomfortable to be inside such a room. A disgrace.”