Wounded Syrians continue to be treated at Israeli hospitalsBy Mason White 12:11 PM July 23, 2013
|Wounded Syrian arrives at Israeli hospital|
By: David Ross
(Scroll down for video) Syrian victims of their country’s civil war, continue to get treatment in Israeli hospitals, according to a report by the Tazpit News Agency.
Syrian civilians and combatants continue to flow into Israel to receive medical treatment.
This morning IDF soldiers admitted a critically wounded 15 years-old girl. The doctors were forced to remove one of her legs. Earlier today another three Syrian wounded civilians were entered into Israel for medical treatment, a mother and her 8 years-old daughter, and a man with a severe head injury.
Last Friday, two critically wounded Syrian were hospitalized in Israel. In total, over 30 Syrian patients have received medical treatment in Israel.
The Syrians have been less lucky on the Turkish border. Reuters reports that one Syrian refugee was shot today by Turkish troops after trying to cross the border. The man was part of a group of 8 refugees trying to cross the border into Turkey. They opened fire on the soldiers who tried to prevent their passage.