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Soroka saves two Gaza children in one week By Judy Siegel-Itzkovich
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Twice in one week, humanitarian gestures at Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba have saved Palestinian children from Gaza who have no medical insurance. A seven-year-old girl suffered second- and third-degree burns over a third of her body after she was left alone at home and a large pot of boiling water overturned on her. Her…

Mansdorf, Canadian J Psychiatry exchange
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Q. Rae-Grant, MDEditor-in-chiefCanadian Journal of PsychiatryMay 30, 2004 Dear Editor: In “The prevalence of psychological morbidity in West Bank Palestinian Children”, [1] serious omissions presenting the data were present. Moreover, clearly biased and undocumented statements attributing causality on the basis of political, rather than scientific considerations were made. Notwithstanding the rate of emotional and behavioral…

Response to IHLRI
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Dear Prof. Bloom,In the first paragraph of your response to my inquiry, you wrote “I have examined the issues, namely: the relation of IHLRI to the mission of the Program, the procedures and scope of input into IHLRI content, and its responsiveness to comments and criticism.” Unfortunately, the rest of your letter and the references…

Faculty hold the key to improving Israel’s image on campus
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NEW YORK, May 19 (JTA) – The belief that students are the main instigators of anti-Israel activity on college campuses is wrong – it’s actually the faculty. At least, that’s the premise of a soon-to-be released report by the Israel on Campus Coalition, a group of 27 Jewish organizations that aid pro-Israel activists at U.S.…