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Glick Family Shocked at Lack of Official US Interest in Rabbi’s Fate


Dr. Yitz Glick, a resident of Efrat, Israel, and brother of Rabbi Yehuda Glick who was shot by a terrorist assassin last week, sent the following announcement to Caroline Glick on Tuesday:

“I just wanted to tell you that our family is shocked that we haven’t heard a single word from the U.S. State Dept., the U.S. Ambassador or any representative of the US government regarding the shooting of our brother a US citizen Yehuda Glick.

“My father Prof. Shimon Glick served as Captain in the U.S. Army. He was a federal employee both in the NIH and the VA, taking part in leading hormone research projects. The chief investigator, Rose Yalow, was awarded a Nobel prize.

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“My father is one of only five Americans residing in Israel to be appointed to the U.S. National Academy of Science.

“No outrage, no wishes of speedy recovery, not a single word from any U.S. official. This is in total contrast to the teenager that attacked police with a Molotov Cocktail and the State Dept. demanded a transparent investigation and not to mention Abbas’ letter of support to the terrorist shooter.”



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