Doctors Deliver 21 Babies at Fellowship-Supported Hospital During Attacks

Doctors Deliver 21 Babies at Fellowship-Supported Hospital During Attacks

Credit:Facebook/Sara Esther Matz Crispe (Image Source: Yedioth Ahronoth / Gadi Kiblu)

Even while rockets were raining down on Israel earlier this week, all of these precious babies were safely delivered in the fortified delivery room that Fellowship friends around the world helped to fund at Barzilai Hospital! This hospital is located in Ashkelon, which is just eight miles north of Gaza. Thankfully, even in the midst of war and terror, Fellowship friends are working to keep Israelis safe from harm.

Writers at the Times of Israel tell us more:

“I’m used to sirens, but not while giving birth,” said Revital Kalif, 30, who welcomed her second child on Tuesday afternoon, hours after the escalation began with the targeted killing of a Palestinian terror leader.

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