PA prevents West Bank, Gaza patients from receiving treatment in Israel
Rotem Elizera
Published: 29.04.19, 11:08
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1. Good,Physicians for Human Righs are supporters of terror
ab   (04.29.19)
2. Skip the PA and deliver the funds directly. Then they can
Steven Gilbert ,   Teaneck   (04.29.19)
afford to seek treatment themselves. Let the PA go broke and find, if possible, honest, courageous Arabs willing to actually work to improve the lives of their people. (A novel idea in the Arab World)
3. Arabs, your native Mecca gives free medical care. Go there!
Steve Benassi ,   Minneapolis USA   (04.29.19)
4. Why should Israel treat enemy civilians?
Chaim ,   Israel   (04.29.19)
Can you imagine the Allies treating sick or wounded German or Japanese civilians during WW II? Why should Israel treat enemy "Palestinian" civilians? They maim, murder and harm us, every chance they get, and Israel responds by treating and helping them! This lunacy has to end.
5. Loss of income for Israeli hospitals
Stan ,   Israel   (04.29.19)
If the Palestinians go to Jordan for medical treatment as Abbass has said, a number of leading hospitals in Israel will suffer a serious loss of income.
6. If Israel takes care of the arabs without compensation
solomon ,   New York   (04.30.19)
this might persuade the arabs (civilians) who their real friends are. It may make it more difficult for Hamas/Hezbollah to control their own people.
7. Hamas Hypocrisy
Mike 71 ,   Los Angeles   (05.15.19)
Recently a BBC-TV correspondent reported Palestinian complaints of amputations suffered by demonstrators along the Gaza border. Palestinians who keep their distance from the border tend to not get shot. Those who rush the border fence, often do get shot and killed. Palestinians can minimize amputations by remaining distant from the fence and by diverting funds obtained from Qatar from terrorism to improving medical treatment in Gaza hospitals. This should be obvious; it isn't rocket science, but common sense!
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