26 November 2003

BBC NEWS | Middle East | Iraqi baby gets help in Israel Cradled in her mother's arms and swathed in a red and yellow blanket, tiny Bayan Jassem was welcomed by Israeli doctors with the Arabic greeting "Salaam Aleikum".
The director if the hospital where newborn Bayan will receive her heart operation is an Israeli born in Iraq.
A 1997 Jerusalem Post article about Wolfson Hospital's Save a Child program: "Save a Child program is unique in the world - repairing more foreign young hearts free than any other hospital in the world".
Baby Bayan sounds like she is in good hands. We pray for her health.