Shimon Peres’ Condition Irreversible, Family Asked To Come To Hospital So say Farewells


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I-24 NEWS – Peres’ condition has deteriorated since suffering a stroke and internal bleeding nearly two weeks ago. The family of former Israeli President and Nobel laureate Shimon Peres’ were asked Tuesday to gather at the hospital to say their farewells, Israeli media reported, hours after doctors said that his condition had taken a turn for the worse.

Peres was hospitalized two weeks ago following a major stroke.

Doctors said Peres’ condition deteriorated drastically and that his neurological condition was ‘irreversible’ after suffering extensive cerebral bleeding following a stroke. Some media reported he suffered “massive organ failure.”

Peres, 93, has been sedated and on a respirator since he was hospitalized earlier this month, but doctors had expressed their intention to gradually reduce amount of anesthetic administered in an effort to have him breathe independently.

Although doctors were able to stop the hemorrhage, the former official’s condition had been described by doctors as ‘serious yet stable’, adding that Peres had regained “some consciousness” and responded to simple instructions.

Peres has held nearly every major office in Israel, serving twice as prime minister. He was president, a mostly ceremonial role, from 2007 to 2014.

He won the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize jointly with prime minister Yitzhak Rabin and the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat for his role in negotiating the Oslo Accords, which envisioned an independent Palestinian state.

The former hawk turned dove is widely respected both in Israel and abroad, regularly meeting world leaders and celebrities. Well wishes have been pouring in from around the world since his hospitalization.

Pope Francis wrote to Peres saying he had “prayed for strength for the family and for a full recovery.” Peres and the Pope last met two months ago when Peres visited the Vatican, while in 2014 they made a joint prayer for peace alongside Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon told the Security Council Thursday he was hoping for a “swift and full recovery,” calling Peres “tireless in seeking peace between Israelis and Palestinians.”

Peres served a seven-year term as president, which he completed in 2014 and remains active through his Peres Center for Peace, which promotes coexistence between Arabs and Jews.

  1. #1 by RON ILES on 09/27/2016 - 12:41 pm

    Betsy

    My objective in relaying TUT is only to alert if you choose to be so, knowing the Truth which it appears unequivocally mostly to be. The Election etc etc etc are in my view like all sheeple politics, mass deception entertainments to disorientate Luciferians from their “End Times”, likely suddenly to happen in 2017? Much like 9/11, from the RS engineered “Krystalnacht” etc etc etc before WW2. Never hopefully fearful or alarmist, in “Heaven” vapourised I’d like to have “known” asking “Why, What, How, Where, When” in all my Life before in the hope of it not to have been. For Beauty & Truth, Love & Nature – if you like simple “Absolutes” in childlike Wonder. Not negative but in Eternal Awe & Bliss in the wholeness & perfection of my Mother, Pachamama.

    On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 9:44 PM, The Ugly Truth wrote:

    > Sabba posted: ” I-24 NEWS – Peres’ condition has deteriorated since > suffering a stroke and internal bleeding nearly two weeks ago. The family > of former Israeli President and Nobel laureate Shimon Peres’ were asked > Tuesday to gather at the hospital to say their farewells” >

  2. #2 by Frederick on 09/27/2016 - 12:48 pm

    “….promotes peace between Arabs & Jews”. How’d that work out?

  3. #3 by Joe on 09/27/2016 - 4:42 pm

    I love the picture. Satan anxiously awaits another one of his faithful servants on earth.

  4. #4 by Michael Mazur on 09/27/2016 - 6:53 pm

    “The country’s addiction to smoking touches all levels of society. The late Prime Minister Golda Meir was a heavy smoker. Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin is a well-known chain-smoker. Foreign Minister Shimon Peres smoked two packs a day of his trademark Kent cigarettes for more than 40 years before finally kicking the habit in April.”.. latimes 10/87

    When someone pops a cork in his brain, it’s worth while trying find out if that person was/had been a smoker.

    It caught up with him near 30yrs on, but had he ignored the signs he might well have been dead by 1997.

  5. #5 by James Benn on 09/27/2016 - 7:02 pm

    “He won the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize jointly with prime minister Yitzhak Rabin and the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat for his role in negotiating the Oslo Accords, which envisioned an independent Palestinian state.”

    One feels for Shimon Peres. I mean, imagine having dedicated your life to … “A solution of two national states – a Jewish state, Israel; an Arab state, Palestine. The Palestinians are our closest neighbors. I believe they may become our closest friends.”

    Having then won the Nobel Peace Prize together with the poisoned Yasser Arafat. And all for what? A bullet-hole riddled Gazza strip full of orphaned children, and a magically disappearing West Bank? How very sad Peres must feel drifting in and out of consciousness while his brain goes ‘pop’, thinking that he has spent most of his life chasing an illusion. But then again, as the great peach-maker once said…

    “Optimists and pessimists die the exact same death, but they live very different lives!”

  6. #6 by Todd Christopher Raine on 09/27/2016 - 7:35 pm

    Shimon Perski Peres is dead.
    Satan has embraced him and kissed him on both cheeks.
    The fools that cry for him only fear Peres’ same mortal exit.
    Have no fear international Jewry.
    Perski Peres will be re-incarnated as a pig and he will be served
    as a blessing at a Mexican Quinceanera.
    It will be the only time in his life that Peres has been a satisfying joy for
    anyone other than Jewry.
    The saying goes, “They die in threes”.
    Hopefully Soros and Kissinger will join him in the eternal sauna
    quickly.

  7. #7 by Edward on 09/28/2016 - 12:56 am

    Rot in hell Simon Perski aka Shimon Peres. You will rot in hell.

  8. #8 by Paulo Henrique on 09/28/2016 - 11:43 pm

    Descanse no inferno…

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