MK Glick's wife transferred to complex nursing ward

Yaffa Glick, wife of MK Yehuda Glick who suffered a stroke, transferred to the Misgav Ladach Hospital in Jerusalem.

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Yehuda Glick and Yaffa Glick
Yehuda Glick and Yaffa Glick
Miriam Tzahi

Yaffa Glick, the wife of Likud MK Yehuda Glick who suffered a stroke last month, was transferred on Monday from the Shaare Zedek Hospital to the complex nursing department at the Misgav Ladach Hospital in Jerusalem.

Glick was found last month in her home in serious condition following the stroke, and had been hospitalized at Shaare Zedek since then and until Monday.

"Another stage in life," Glick wrote on his Facebook page. "After a month at Shaare Zedek, it's time to say goodbye. We're starting a new phase. Our new home for the days, weeks, months, years to come. Misgav Ladach Hospital, the complex nursing department. In tears.”

Last month, Glick published a call on Twitter for prayers for his wife after her stroke.

"Dear friends, two years ago she asked for prayers for me. Now, following a severe stroke, she needs your prayers. Pray for the health of Yaffa bat Leah,” MK Glick wrote at the time.

Many readers did not remain indifferent following his plea on Sunday, and wished his wife a complete recovery.

MK Glick, who founded and heads the LIBA Initiative for Jewish Freedom on the Temple Mount, was shot in the chest in October of 2014 by an Islamic Jihad terrorist but miraculously recovered from his critical injuries.








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