YOUNGSTERS in hospital were visited by a real superhero this week.
Israeli actress Gal Gadot took a break from filming the second Wonder Woman film to spend time with the patients at Inova Children’s Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia.
And she even turned up in her Wonder Woman costume.
She became particularly attached to Karalyne Sahady — a seven-month-old battling leukemia.
“I was in our room with one of our many doctors, while Karalyne was hooked up to IV antibiotics, when in walked Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot, in full costume,” mum Kelly Swink Sahady told Good Morning America.
“She had a huge smile on her face and walked right over to me. She asked if she could hold Karalyne and scooped her right in to her arms.”
Kelly added: “I could tell her crew was in a hurry to keep moving, but she was not. She asked about our other kids and even brought in some toys for them.
“She did this out of the goodness of her heart, and that meant more than anything. We are Wonder Woman fans for life now.”
A doctor who works at the hospital thanked Gal on social media, tweeting, “You are a true Wonder Woman.”
What a Gal!
STUDENTS for Justice in Palestine at the University of California
have come up with the perfect solution to the Israel/Palestinian
crisis —eliminate Israel.
Yes, the oh-so-peace-loving student group claims that progress is not possible “so long as the state of Israel exists”.
Let's be honest, if Israel was no longer in existence then they would all just end up fighting among themselves anyway.
JEWISH football team Manchester Maccabi’s first team manager
played a part in England’s World Cup success.
Scott McGarvey, who used to play for Manchester United, was the man who introduced then-England manager Sam Allardyce to undercover reporters he believed were businessmen representing a firm of investors in 2016.
The revelations saw Allardyce lose his England job . . . with Gareth Southgate taking over.
And the rest is history...
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