Glick Tells Fellow Activists to ‘Stay Strong’

Yehuda Glick, the Temple Mount activist who was shot at close range a week and a half ago, continues to recover at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem – and has told fellow activists to “stay strong.”


Glick still cannot talk, but he now corresponds with family and friends visiting by writing on a whiteboard.


Channel 2 reported that Glick’s friend and associate, the journalist Arnon Segal, who is also a prominent activist on the Temple Mount rights issue, visited Glick Monday – and that Glick urged him to “be strong.”


Segal may also be targeted by Islamist extremists, as Arutz Sheva revealed last week.


Glick also “gave everyone a lot of thanks” for the outpouring of support after the shooting.


“The operation now commands me the easiest mission: to breathe,” Glick said.


After the visit, Segal told hospital staff, “this is the Yehuda we know, just connected to a ventilator. He acts and communicates with a sense of humor, even in danger.”


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