The first time I met the project founder and president of Pure Project, a Jerusalem-based nonprofit that helps injured warriors in the field, he had told me it was about connecting people in need of support with a group of doctors and therapists, and I would get the best possible care for my injuries.
It was an idealistic vision, but I didn’t buy it.
I’ve been wounded many times, but nothing like this.
The only way to get the right kind of treatment for my injury, he told me, was to come to Israel.
In a recent article in Haaretz, Pure Project CEO Eliezer Elie and his partner, Avi Tzadok, explained the group’s mission.
“Our goal is to build a system of medical treatment for the most vulnerable,” they wrote.
“In the meantime, the most important thing is to be a healthy person.
We are trying to give you a realistic, practical, practical answer to this question.”
Their mission is to develop a system to give wounded warriors access to doctors and psychotherapists.
The idea is that the healing process, through physical therapy, will help heal the wounds of the body and the mind.
“A wounded warrior will not recover without the help of the medical community,” the pair wrote in their statement.
“As the healing will take place on your body, it will be the first time in history that a human being will be able to heal from a wound and become a healthy individual again.”
The project has been founded on the principle of providing physical therapy to wounded warriors.
The first step in this process is to bring together the wounded warriors with their doctors, psychotherapist and therapists.
The aim of this program is to get a better understanding of how to deal with injuries to the body.
“The first thing you have to do is you have the physical therapist, who has to be able tell you that you have an injury and he can help you get better,” Tzadsky said.
“Then you have your therapists, who can help to understand what your problem is.
Then you have physical therapists who will work with you to identify your body parts and the way you react to pain.
That will help you identify the correct treatment.
The therapy will be administered by one of the doctors or psychotherapeutic therapists.
It is an approach that emphasizes the individual and the individual’s right to make his or her own decisions, Tzadiksky said, adding that the project has not yet been funded by the government.
While the idea is appealing to many, the project is not without its detractors.
“But now the project can offer only physical therapy.””
The founders have made a promise to the wounded that they will get better and get a treatment, and that has not happened,” the letter read.
“But now the project can offer only physical therapy.”
The letter also accused the Pure Project of promoting a model that was not scientifically proven and that “will lead to a decrease in health care for the disabled in the future.”
Tzadski, the Pure project founder, and Eliez have not responded to the Anti’s letter.
Tzadoksk added that the program has never been funded.
“We’ve never received any money from the Israeli government,” he said.
He added that if the project were to be funded, the team would be able “to provide the same treatment for all injured people.”
“I don’t think the project needs any money,” Tzesky said of the Anti.
In the past few months, Ivele, Tzesk and Elieski have worked with the Israeli military to improve its physical fitness program. “
I think the best way to give people the best treatment is to give them the best care.”
In the past few months, Ivele, Tzesk and Elieski have worked with the Israeli military to improve its physical fitness program.
“For many, physical therapy is the only way of improving health,” Tzekski said.
The program has proven effective in improving the body’s metabolism, reducing pain, increasing sleep, improving digestion, reducing blood pressure, reducing stress, and improving the overall well-being of soldiers.
But it’s not the only type of physical therapy being used in the IDF.
The army is also using a new physical therapy method to treat PTSD.
The technique is called M-T-P (multiple training sessions), a concept pioneered by Dr. Moshe Kriegel of the Department of Defense’s Joint Institute for Operational Research.
According to the IDF, it was developed to help soldiers overcome physical and psychological trauma, as well as psychological and physical disabilities, which are common in soldiers.
“M-T in its original form was an attempt to improve the physical fitness of soldiers,”