Two Israelis Wounded in Brussels Returning by Private Plane

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Damage is seen inside the departure terminal following the bombing at Zaventem Airport, last Tuesday. (Het Nieuwsblad via Reuters)

Two of the wounded Israelis from the Brussels airport attack last week are being transported to Israel for continued treatment.

A private jet, equipped with medical staff and equipment, will leave Belgium’s Charleroi Airport Thursday afternoon.

B’chasdei Shamayim, the two have seen much improvement over the last few days.

Family members, who were also in Belgium for a family simchah, will also be onboard the plane.

Upon their arrival in Israel, the two will be taken to Yerushalayim’s Hadasah Ein Kerem Hospital, until their complete recovery.

All are asked to continue to daven for the complete recovery of Menachem Mendel ben Toiba and Yosef Chaim Yonah ben Chayah Sarah Gittel.