Syrian boy rushed to Israeli hospital for treatment

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November 1, 2014 00:48

 
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A seven-year-old Syrian child in serious condition was rushed to an Israeli hospital for medical treatment on Friday.

The IDF brought the boy to the Ziv Medical Center in Safed, with gun wounds to his chest.

Over 400 Syrian patients have been treated in the northern hospital since the bloody civil war broke out in Syria nearly four years ago.

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