Ora and Yehuda Cohen.

They had twins, a boy and a girl, at the Kirya in Tel Aviv. The babies were born prematurely. The girl probably passed away. The mother was released and sent home, and the boy was kept for observation. After about a month, a nurse came to the parents’ house to tell them they could come and get the boy. The mother asked for a few minutes to call her husband so he could accompany them. When she returned, the nurse was gone, and the parents didn’t know what to do or where to go. The parents didn’t know the language and didn’t know their way around this country (a testimony was also given to the late Uzi Meshulam). After this tragedy, Ora decided not to give birth again.