Israeli doctors treat two Syrians wounded in ongoing civil war

April 20, 2015 08:15


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Israeli doctors at Poriya Hospital in Tiberias treated two Syrians on Monday who suffered wounds as a result of the ongoing civil war.

One of the injured is a 28-year-old male who suffered a broken leg and shrapnel lodged in other parts of his body.

The other is a 40-year-old male who stepped on a landmine. He was rushed to hospital with part of his left leg blown off as well as broken bones in his right leg.

To date, Israel has treated 166 wounded Syrians at Poriya, according to the hospital’s spokesperson.

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