Soroka hospital: Soldier injured in Sunday's Israel/Hamas clash is stable

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 12, 2018 06:47
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The soldier injured in Sunday's military operation in the southern Gazan city of Khan Younis and evactuated to Soroka hospital is in serious condition, but is stable, according to a hospital report Monday morning.

The soldier was operated on early Monday morning and is currently in intensive care.



Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cut his trip to Paris early to return to Israel in light of the security situation. He is scheduled to arrive in Israel about 7:20 a.m., according to Israeli media.

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