The three boys were pretty silent, but the accompanying adults always had something to talk about. One night the nurse barged in all angry yelling that we were keeping the kids up.
"Keeping them up?" I replied. "Where are they going tomorrow? All they do is lay in bed."I couldn't understand why the PR Department hadn't paid us a visit to show how well we all got along.
I have no problems with Israeli citizens of various religions and "races" getting the same excellent medical care together. But I don't see why we should give these expensive services to our enemies. Besides the financial aspect of wasting our limited resources, I worry about the security risks involved with allowing Hamas supporters to wander around our hospitals. Has anyone become pro-Israel as a result? I'm sure they'd be assassinated if they announced a change of heart.