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Israel haters’ heads, feel free to explode.
After losing three babies to rare birth defects at Egyptian hospitals, Jian Abu Agram, 31, was faced with a difficult decision last year after another child was born last April with the same condition.
After speaking with her doctors, Agram took their advice and traveled through the Erez crossing with her infant daughter to Israel, where doctors at Meir Hospital performed intestinal surgery on the little girl.
“When the doctors told me of her condition and suggested that we bring her to Israel, I didn’t think for a moment of the conflict between the two peoples,” Agram told the Hebrew-language weekly local Sharon region edition of the Yediot Acharanot newspaper.
“What I considered was only one thing: to save my girl. I couldn’t allow myself to lose another child.”
The infant has since recovered from the intricate life-saving treatment that she needed, and two weeks ago returned to her home in Gaza.