Hospital officials reported Saturday that the condition of Rabbi Yehuda Glick showed another “slight improvement” but that he still is not out of danger.
They hope to be able to perform another operation on Rabbi Glick on Monday. He underwent a procedure on Friday, without being taken to the operating room, to stop internal bleeding.
The bullet wounds he suffered in the attempted murder Wednesday night at the hands of a Jerusalem Arab terrorist punctured his lungs and intestines, part of which have been removed.
However, doctors are cautiously optimistic that he his condition soon will be upgraded from “critical” and that he eventually will be able to make a full recovery without significant handicaps.