IDF troops treat Palestinian infant who began to suffocate

By THE POST
April 26, 2014 16:36

 
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Israeli security forces treated a Palestinian infant who was rushed to their checkpoint near Ramallah after it began suffocating, the Palestinian news wire service Ma’an reported on Friday.

According to the report, the infant, who is just over a month old, stopped breathing and was quickly taken by her mother to an IDF checkpoint nearby.

The soldiers administered treatment to the infant, who was subsequently rushed to hospital in Ramallah.

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