8-year-old Gazan injured by IDF mortar treated in Israel

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March 23, 2011 14:22

 
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An eight-year-old boy from Gaza who was seriously injured by an IDF mortar shell was transferred to an Israeli hospital on Wednesday.

The IDF's Gaza Coordination Liaison Administration said that the boy was transferred into Israel by ambulance after it coordinated with the Palestinians.

Through the Palestinian Authority, Israel offered to provide medical treatment to those injured following yesterday's IDF mortar strike that killed several innocent civilians.

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