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American Jews to Protest Against Hadassah Hospital
Date:9/15/2009

ted in the streets, demanding that the woman be set free and her son be released from the hospital. Under immense pressure, an Israeli court decided to release the woman and her son, but that they could not see one another. The young boy quickly began to gain weight and is on his way to recovery.

But Hadassah Hospital is not finished. They are still pursuing legal action against the mother, which could lead to the court taking all her five children away from her. The State of Israel cannot bear to see its most prestigious and symbolically important hospital be tarnished with the terrible crime of conducting medical research on an innocent child, so their legal system is cooperating with Hadassah to make sure that the child's mother gets fully blamed.

"Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem and around the world are outraged over this injustice and are coming out in protest," said Rabbi Menashe Fulop of Brooklyn's Williamsburg Jewish community. "Letters and phone calls are pouring into the hospital's offices demanding that the charges against the woman be dropped and an investigation committee be set up to examine the conduct of the doctors. Tomorrow's demonstration is a part of this protest. We will not stop until the woman is reunited with all of her family."

"This is not the first time that we have raised a storm over Hadassah's human rights violations. In the 1960's and 70's, they were doing autopsies for medical research without permission from the bereaved families. Then they cut up dead people; now they cut up live people. It is not only this child; we have testimony from hundreds of people who were used for research by doctors at Hadassah." said Rabbi Fulop.


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