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  Tamuz 6, 5773 , 14/06/13

Aide: Education Minister Feeling Much Better

Chili Tropper, an advisor to Education Minister Shai Piron, said, Friday morning, that Rabbi Piron was feeling much better after spending the night at Beilinson Hospital in Petach Tikva, where he was taken for tests and observation after complaining of chest pains en route from Poland, where he joined Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and four other ministers in dedicating the Israeli pavilion at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps. Tropper, who accompanied Piron to the hospital, said the minister began feeling the pains as the flight got closer to Israel.

There was no indication of heart attack. Rabbi Piron is expected to be released from the hospital on Friday.

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