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Wounded Teen Thankful for Prayers

Stabbing victim, Shuva Malka (Photo: screen capture/Ynet News)

Last week, we told you about the young Israeli woman who was critically injured in a terrorist stabbing. But now, The Times of Israel reports that the teen is on the mend and very grateful for the friends of Israel around the world who have prayed for her recovery:

Lying in her bed, Malka told the assembled camera crews that the prayers had strengthened her and her family and had reached heaven. Flanked by her parents, the Orthodox Malka also thanked God, security services and the doctors and medical staff who saved her life.

Professor Doron Kopelman, director of the surgical team at the Haemek medical center, where Malka is being treated, said that her condition was continuing to improve.

“She is recovering from a very serious, dramatic stabbing, and there was a huge risk to her life,” he said. “She will remain with us for a few more days and I hope that she will be able to gradually return to normal life...”

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