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Syrian Girl (13) Treated in Nahariya Hospital

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An IDF medical team sent a 13 year old Syrian girl to the Western Galilee Hospital in Nahariya (northern Israel) for treatment. She suffered serious facial and body injuries, according to a report in Walla.

The girl had an fracture in her leg that required surgery, as well as shrapnel damage to her face that entered near her eye and cheek, as well as shrapnel in her hand.

She is the youngest Syrian citizen transferred to Israel so far for treatment as a result of the Syrian civil war.

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3 Responses to “Syrian Girl (13) Treated in Nahariya Hospital”

  1. הודיה גוטליב says:

    Why is Israel treating its enemies?

  2. This is a 13 year old child who needs urgent help and care. I promise you this one will not be our "enemy"

  3. Yechiel Baum says:

    why wasn't she sent to Lebanon, or Jordan?

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