A glimpse of Israeli society: An Arab nurse comforts elderly Jewish patients who could not enjoy their families on Passover due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Arab nurse at Shoham Geriatric Center in the northern Israeli town of Pardes Hanna-Karkur recited the Ma Nishtana – the “Four Questions” – at a Passover Seder on Wednesday evening for the elderly Jewish patients.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the patients – who, in their age group, are among the most high-risk – were unable to be with their children and grandchildren for the holiday.
The Four Questions are traditionally recited by the youngest members of the family.
סרטון מליל הסדר במרכז הרפואי ״שהם״ פרדס חנה. האחות סמאהר ג׳בארין מקריאה למאושפזים במחלקה הגריאטרית את ארבע הקושיות. מקסים. שבת שלום pic.twitter.com/QBZxVYz5P9
— Tamar Ish Shalom תמר (@tamarishshalom) April 10, 2020
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