A Jewish nurse breastfeeds hungry, hospitalized Arab baby at Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem after her mother was injured in a horrific car accident.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
“It’s not weird at all to offer it, despite the fact that I never nursed another baby,” nurse Yael Cohen told Ynet. “The motherly instinct is what was talking, and it guided me.”
Cohen, a nurse at who lives in the settlement of Nokdim, told the news site on Wednesday that the four-month-old baby had arrived with her mother at the hospital.
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A Jewish nurse, Yael Cohen, breastfeeding hungry, hospitalized Arab baby at Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem.
Dozens of breastfeeding mothers gather in Rabin Square to feed their babies, after a woman in a shopping mall was forced to move. Protest group’s founder,’We just had enough,’
Bill in motion to fine harassers of breastfeeding women.
By Liat Rotem Melamed
Dozens of mothers breast fed their offspring in an orchestrated demonstration in central Tel Aviv, protesting the negative response to public breastfeeding while overt sexual innuendo and semi-nudity in advertisements are the norm.
Breastfeeding protest in Tel Aviv – Photo: Sharon Malchi
The protest was sparked by a well-publicized incident in which a mother who breast fed her child in a mall in central Israel was required by the mall’s manager to move to a side room. Continue Reading »