Youngest physician in the world is Palestinian

Muna Ibrahim Ne’ma, 23, a Palestinian youth from the village of Deir al-Assad in occupied Palestine, became on Wednesday the youngest physician to get license to start working in hospitals.

Ne’ma was a gifted student during her primary, preparatory and secondary study. She started studying medicine immediately after she had finished her secondary school.

She set for the working exam yesterday and succeeded. She got the highest evaluation among all other doctors set for the same exam.

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Muna hopes that the Israeli occupation of Palestine come to an end in order to let other talented Palestinians get their proper opportunities.


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