Druze in the North attacked an army ambulance carrying injured Syrians for the second time on Monday.
According to Israeli media, four people are reportedly injured in the assault.
Earlier Monday morning, an IDF ambulance carrying people wounded in Syria was attack by a group of locals outside the Druse village of Hurfeish, located in the upper Galilee, who tried to block the vehicle in an attempt to check that it wasn’t carrying jihadi rebels, police said.
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