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Helicopter Evac


Helicopter Evac

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IDF officers carry a soldier who was wounded from an explosion, as he is evacuated to a hospital in Haifa on March 18, 2014.

A roadside bomb wounded four Israeli soldiers patrolling the Golan Heights on Tuesday, and Israel retaliated with artillery fire on Syrian army positions. It was not clear who had planted the bomb in an area where the Syrian military, Lebanese Hezbollah guerrillas and Syrian rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad all have a presence.

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14 Responses to “Helicopter Evac”

  1. This is a declaration of war against Israel!

  2. Hashem protect I A F & I D F Who are in the frontline currently Amen.

  3. “occupied Golan Heights” ???

  4. God be with Israel and her soldiers

  5. This would kill two birds with one stone:

  6. The Golan last time I looked is part of the State of Israel.

  7. Hoping for the recovery all the wounded IDF military people who were hurt. Sending HaShem’s love and healing power. Shalom.

  8. Prayers for the IDF soldiers.

  9. Lani Lowell says:

    Stopped calling it the occupied Golan heights? it is Israel’s land! just the Golan heights will do.

  10. Violet Helms says:

    Nothing is occupied except the toilets in use. Stop with this foolishness.

  11. the Golan is part of Israel, not occupied.

  12. Alberto Calo says:

    I pray for their quick recovery

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