Three wounded Syrians rushed to hospital in Israel for treatment

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August 17, 2013 13:22

 
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Israeli hospital officials said Saturday that three Syrian nationals who suffered serious injuries from the civil war ravaging their country were rushed to Ziv Hospital in Safed for treatment, according to Israel Radio.

Medical sources told Israel Radio that the nationals sustained their injuries due to gunfire and shrapnel.

Thus far, Israeli hospitals have treated 130 Syrians who were wounded as a result of the war.

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