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  1. HU student recovers after being treated for snakebite on GolanRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Hebrew University law and social work student Shaked Ben Ami, 27, is improving after being bitten on the foot by a poisonous viper during a trek on the Golan Heights on Sunday. She already started vomiting in the Magen David Adom ambulance on the way to Safed's Ziv Medical Center and was unstable, but her condition improved after treatment with anti-snake serum at the hospital's intensive care unit.

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  2. Inside Israel, 8:13 AMSpringtime weather in full force for PassoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Passover will be marked by pleasant and springlike weather, forecasters said Friday - just in time for the 'Spring Holiday' . "You'll be able to have the seder outside, and most of the country will be in short sleeves even at night," Channel 10 's Tel Shamai said Friday.

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  3. Grapevine: Exciting visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2016 | Jerusalem Post

    Rabbi David Twersky, known as the Skverer Rebbe of New Square, arrived in Israel from Monsey, New York, for his first visit to Israel in 21 years. a- EXCITEMENT WAS high in haredi circles in Jerusalem, Bnei Brak and Safed last week with the arrival from Monsey, New York, of Rabbi David Twersky, known as the Skverer Rebbe of New Square.

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  4. Ziv hospital's Druse director on US lecture tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2015 | Jerusalem Post

    Dr. Salman Zarka was invited to speak in Massachusetts and Rhode Island about what his hospital is doing to treat Syrians caught in the crossfire of their country's civil war. Dr. Salman Zarka, the first Druse doctor to become director- general of an Israeli public hospital, is lecturing Christian and Jewish communities in the United States about Ziv Medical Center's treatment of Syrians wounded in their country's civil war.

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