On Tuesday, former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres suffered a “major stroke,” causing him to experience significant internal bleeding and enter the intensive care unit at the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan. As of this publishing, Peres is “still in a pretty tough condition,” according to a statement released by his son-in-law and personal physician, Rafi Walden, and Yitzhak Kreis, the director general at the Israeli hospital, but is “stable” and “responsive,” and resting. The Nobel Laureate and author celebrated his 93rd birthday in August

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