Save a Child’s Heart. The Jerusalem Post
INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED illusionist Uri Geller accompanied a British parliamentary delegation from the Foreign Affairs Committee to Wolfson Medical Center in Holon to witness one of the country’s most humanitarian projects – Save a Child’s Heart. Regardless of race, creed or nationality, children with heart defects are brought from all over the world, usually accompanied by their mothers, to undergo surgery and rehabilitation before returning in good health to their home countries, including countries that are hostile to Israel. Motherly love is stronger than anti-Israel propaganda, and when a mother sees an opportunity for her sick child to be given a new lease on life, she grabs it with both hands. Initially, some of the mothers are frightened and suspicious, but the milk of human kindness that they encounter during their stay in Israel gives them a different perspective.
While at the hospital, Geller demonstrated the art for which he has achieved world fame, which is bending spoons with the power of his mind. The parliamentarians also had a preview of the new Uri Geller Museum in old Jaffa, which will be officially opened to the public at the end of this year. Among the many exhibits at the museum is the largest bent spoon in the world, plus many spoons that belonged to famous people.
Geller decided to part with one of them – a spoon that had belonged to Israel’s only woman prime minister, Golda Meir. He asked the parliamentarians to take it as a gift to recently elected British prime minister Boris Johnson. Even if he can’t use it to stir his tea, given that Johnson is unashamedly pro-Zionist, Golda’s spoon may stir Johnson’s emotions.
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